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# PhD student Juan M. Cardenas wins 2021 SIAM CSE poster contest

The 2021 SIAM Computational Science and Engineering conference was held online in March 2021. The Tuesday poster competition had nearly 40 submissions, with 3 being given best poster awards.

PhD student Juan M. Cardenas was one of these winners for his poster, titled "Adaptive Sampling and Domain Learning Strategies for Multivariate Function Approximation on Known and Unknown Domains”. As Juan notes: "*In this poster, I presented part of my research work. It consists of work on developing new methods for approximating multivariate functions on general, unknown domains. We focused in this presentation on adaptive sampling strategies that learn the unknown domain, giving better approximations than standard methods*.”

Congratulations, Juan! Check out his poster here.