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What's happening in Math

Undergraduate Poster Session, Wednesday May 29

Math Camp now open for Summer 2019

BASIC at 55: honoring the work of Tom Kurtz and John Kemeny on the democratization of computing

Research Spotlight

Improving image reconstruction from very noisy data

Fourth-year graduate student Laura Petto works with Professor Anne Gelb on image reconstruction problems and is helping to design new algorithms with potential applications in the fields of aerial and medical imaging. Learn more +


Math Camp 2019

This year we are hosting Math Camp, two summer enrichment sessions for local high school students. Topics covered will be outside of the usual high school syllabus and students can interact with mathematicians in a fun, non-graded environment. Each program will cover different mathematical topics and students are invited to attend one or both sessions.

Undergraduate Research

Mathematics Undergraduate Poster Session

All undergraduates who have done research projects in pure or applied mathematics are invited to present a poster at the department's annual Undergraduate Poster Session on Wednesday May 29 from 4:30–6:30pm in the main floor of Kemeny Hall. View our gallery of 2018 posters for inspiration!

More news

Recent Publications

Products of symmetric group characters

Rosa Orellana, Mike Zabrocki

Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A

The Belyi degree of a curve is computable

Ariyan Javanpeykar, John Voight

Contemporary Mathematics

Cyclic descents for near-hook and two-row shapes

Ron M. Adin, Sergi Elizalde, Yuval Roichman

European Journal of Combinatorics

Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, May 21
2:15 PM
Thursday, May 23
11:00 AM
2:30 PM
2:30 PM
4:30 PM
Friday, May 24
3:30 PM
Tuesday, May 28
2:00 PM

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