Essay Contest: Biographies Of Contemporary Women In Mathematics
Deadline: January 31
Registration now open for Sonia Kovalevsky Day, April 11
The Major in Mathematical Data Science
The Jack Byrne Scholars program is an elite honor for Dartmouth students who are interested in solving the complex problems of the world through math. All Dartmouth applicants will be considered for this special scholarship.
Professor Anne Gelb and Dr. Matthew Parno of the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) will lead the Dartmouth Mathematics REU this summer. Students will have the opportunity to work on applications in areas such as sea ice dynamics, radar imaging, subsurface flow, nearshore wave modeling, Arctic microbial communities, and snowpack evolution.
In an essay titled The Mechanical Muse in The New Yorker Annals of Inquiry, Dan Rockmore, professor of Mathematics and director of the Neukom Institute, explores the idea of computer programs generating lyrical poetry. He poses the question: “Given the power of new techniques in artificial intelligence, why not think more broadly about the kinds of art one can make using it?”
Supported by the Byrne gift, Byrne Scholars Aadil Islam ’21 and Raymond Chen ’22 participated in summer 2019 internships. Aadil interned in a JHU APL data science camp working on models to detect fake news, and Raymond developed quality control code as a cloud applications intern at an American multinational corporation. “It was very rewarding to be able to apply what I learned in both Computer Science and Mathematics courses at Dartmouth,” says Raymond.
Asher Auel, Christian BĂ¶hning, HansChristian Graf von Bothmer, Alena Pirutka
Journal of Algebraic Geometry
Juan S. Auli, Sergi Elizalde
Journal of Integer Sequences
Juan S. Auli, Sergi Elizalde
Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science
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