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Invitation to the festive activities

invitation

Dear AM students and employees,

Applied Mathematics turns 50 years old this year, so time to party! Because of our anniversary we will organise some activities from 6 June until 9 June with the following events: Wednesday 6 June Concert for and by mathematicians, Thursday 7 June Sports Day, a super nice happy hour (VriMiBo) on Friday 8 June and last but certainly not least: Saturday 9 June Lustrum Symposium.

Save the date in your agenda and make sure you register in time. Of course, we are super active to complete the organization, but we can already guarantee an amazing party!

Do you play an instrument of maybe you are part of a choir? Please participate in the concert on 6 June. Send a mail to Diana Dalenoord.

W.S.G. Abacus will organise the Sports Day. As soon as we have more details, we will get in touch. But if you are one of those very sporty persons who wants to win? Make a note in your agenda for 7 June!

As moderator of our Lustrum Symposium we have invited a high-flyer alumnius: Michel Vellekoop. The lecturers of the symposium are being invited at this moment, so we cannot yet give you a list of names. But maybe nice to know is the speaker of the final presentation: Anatoliy Babic. Alumni Applied Mathematics and co-founder of SciSports. This UT-Start-up makes scientific progress accessible and available for any professional football organization. They advise and build solutions to provide them with the competitive edge they need to maintain or improve their ranking and status. Recently – 23 February – the signed a contract with the football team SC Heerenveen for the coming seasons. Of course, SC Heerenveen is not the only football team they are advising. This will be a very interesting lecture

As soon as we have more details to share, e.g. about the day moderator, speakers or when registration will be open, we will inform you via the website of Kwadrant, Kwadrant LinkedIn & Facebook.

See you soon!

Stephan van Gils, Jan Willem Polderman en Mariya Karlashchuk