Accepting applications for Summer Hybrid Undergraduate Research (SHUR) 2024
Now seeking graders for spring term
There will be no Exploring Mathematics workshop this summer
Thayer Math Prize Exam for firstyear students, April 20, 2024
Accepting applications for Summer Hybrid Undergraduate Research (SHUR) 2024
Now seeking graders for spring term
There will be no Exploring Mathematics workshop this summer
Thayer Math Prize Exam for firstyear students, April 20, 2024
We invite Dartmouth undergraduate student applications for the 2024 Summer Hybrid Undergraduate Research (SHUR) project, partially funded by the NSF. This year our group will pursue a research project in Floer theory with a computer science component.
The Nature Communications article Sequential stacking link prediction algorithms for temporal networks coauthored by Xie He, Peter Mucha, and others, is featured on the journal's Editors' Highlights under “Applied physics and mathematics.”
Attention firstyear students! The Thayer Prize Exam, a contest organized by our department each year, will take place this year on Saturday, April 20 from 10am – 1pm in Kemeny 343. The Mathematics Department Prize fund for this exam is up to $1000, to be distributed among the exam winners. The exam consists of Mathematics Olympiad style problems, and originality and creativity are heavily weighed. You may view some recent exams for practice, along with a brief history of the prizes and the list of winners from the last 13 years. Please contact the Prize Committee Chair Professor Dimitris Giannakis by Friday April 5 if you would like to take the exam but cannot take it on Saturday April 20; the alternate date is Sunday April 21. (Click/tap to view a larger image of poster.)
JosÃ© AlistePrieto, Anna de Mier, Rosa Orellana, JosÃ© Zamora
SIAM J. Discrete Math
Xie He, Amir Ghasemian, Eun Lee, Aaron Clauset, Peter Mucha
Nature Communications
Dylan Green, JR Jamora, Anne Gelb
Applied Mathematics for Modern Challenges
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