UM Undergraduate Math Club
Fall 2016

Unless otherwise indicated, the Math Club meets from 4:10 until 5 (pm) on Thursdays in the 2nd floor Nesbitt Common Room (East Hall 2851). As always, Pizza and Pop are free.

Schedule of Talks

Click on the title of a talk for the abstract (if available).

September 8, 4:10-5 pm
Anton Lukyanenko
The geometry of continued fractions
September 15, 4:10-5 pm
Martin Strauss
Applications of finite projective planes
September 22, 4:10-5 pm
GilYoung Cheong
Topological methods for some arithmetic questions
September 29, 4:10-5 pm
Jeff Weeks
Visualizing Four Dimensions
October 6, 4:10-5 pm
Trevor Hyde
How does a parabola look on the horizon?
October 13, 4:10-5 pm
Feng Zhu
Coordinating sensors using topology
October 20, 4:10-5 pm
Efrat Bank
How many primes are there?
October 27, 4:10-5 pm
Sandrine Daurat
The beauty of complex dynamics
November 3, 4:10-5 pm
Michael Weiss
Where are the rational squares?
November 10, 4:10-5 pm
Deniz Bilman
November 17, 4:10-5 pm
Eleonore Faber
Diamonds and diagonals: frieze patterns
November 24, 4:10-5 pm
[No Meeting]
  Happy Thanksgiving!
December 1, 4:10-5 pm
David Fernández-Bretón
Surreal Numbers
December 8, 4:10-5 pm
Stephen DeBacker
Place Value

Winter 2016 Schedule

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