Midwest Numerical Analysis Day 2021




The Midwest Numerical Analysis Day (MWNADay) is a forum for researchers at all stages of their careers, mainly from the Midwest, to exchange ideas in numerical analysis, scientific computing and related application areas. The conference has a long history serving the research community. Participation of graduate students is strongly encouraged.


Midwest Numerical Analysis Day 2020 was planned to be held on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T), Rolla, Missouri. Due to the risk of COVID-19, this conference was postponed to October 29-30, 2021. Hence the conference title was updated to be Midwest Numerical Analysis Day 2021, in order to be consistent with the new dates.


The conference participants can attend the conference either in person or online. Please indicate which way you choose in your registration form and submission form.


Partial travel support from NSF grant DMS-2023264 will be provided to graduate students and postdocs, see the link below for the application. One special issue on International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling will be open for the speakers of this conference.


In addition to the traditional presentations in computational sciences, we will invite many engineers in both academia and industry to present their numerical works and applications, especially with the effort of the two local organizing committee members in engineering (one in academia and one in industry). We hope this conference can provide a forum for the scientists and engineers to communicate with each other for possible future collaborations.



Plenary Speakers

Conference Program

Abstract Submission


NSF Travel Support

Travel & Hotels

Conference Flyer

Special Issues

Organizing Committee






Office of the Vice Chancellor of Research


College of Arts, Sciences, and Business


Department of Mathematics and Statistics


Missouri Institute of Compuational and Applied Mathematical Sciences


High Performance Computing Center