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Monthly Archive for April, 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011, 12:00 P. M. Exley Science Center – Room 139 Sarah Mullens Hampshire Undergraduate     Polarized Partition Properties on  Abstract: Budding from a paper written by Frank Ramsey in 1930, the field of infinitary combinatorics has become one of the most thought about areas in set theory. Of particular interest are […]

All are welcome to attend the UMC this Friday at noon, presented by Reed Sarney (’12), in Exley 139. Constructible Numbers: An Introduction to Algebraic Structures Greek geometers puzzled over the figures which they could construct using only a traditional compass and straightedge, but they puzzled even harder over the figures which seemed impossible to […]

Hack & Tell

On Thursday, April 14 at noon in the Woodhead Lounge, the Math and Computer Science department will be hosting Hack & Tell: A series of presentations by Computer Science Majors on projects they are working on outside of the classroom! Evan Carmi, ’13 Micah Wylde, ’12 Carlo Francisco, ’11 Julian Applebaum, ’13 Sam DeFabbia-Kane, ’11 […]

Please join us this Friday, April 15, at noon in Exley 139 for a special Undergraduate Math Club talk featuring Reed Sarney, ’12. Constructible Numbers: An Introduction to Alegebraic Structures Abstract:   Greek geometers puzzled over the figures which they could construct using only a traditional compass and straightedge, but they puzzled even harder over the […]

The Remote Data Analysis and Visualization (RDAV) Center seeks motivated undergraduate students who are eager to tackle challenges in science and engineering by using high performance  computing. If you are interested in working with computational models to address problems ranging from harnessing the destructive forces of hurricanes to answering fundamental questions in biology and ecology, […]

The ACM Women in Computing group has funding available to send graduate and undergraduate students to attend research conferences  in computer science. Note that the attendee does not have to be presenting at the conference. Awards are made on a rolling basis; for more details, visit the scholarships program’s webpage: http://women.acm.org/participate/scholarship/index.cfm

Please join us this week for several more lectures by members of our senior class who are pursuing honors. The full schedule is as follows; all are welcome to attend the talks: Nathaniel Rook (’11): “Infinite Automata” Tuesday, April 12, 4:15 p.m., ESC 638 Charles Puelz (’11): “Why a drunk man fares better than a drunk bird.” […]

Please join us on Monday, April 11, at 4:15 p.m. in Exley 137, for the Senior Honors Lecture by Jonas Mishara-Blomberger. His lecture is titled, “Dirichlet’s Theorem on Primes in Arithmetic Progression.” All are welcome to attend the talk.  

This Friday we will have the first two Honors Lectures of the Spring. Please join us for the Senior Honors Lectures for Michael Chou (’11) and Qianqian Lin (’11). Michael’s lecture is titled “Lattices and Codes.” He will be presenting this Friday, April 8, at 3:00 p.m., in Exley 638. Qianqian’s lecture is titled “On Burnside’s Theorem.” […]

Central Connecticut State University is hosting an undergraduate mathematics contest this Saturday.  They have held this contest for the past few years, and some of our students have done very well.  If anyone is interested in going this year, let me know (dpollack@wesleyan.edu) and I’ll try to arrange a carpool.  The trip is only about […]