Members of Dartmouth’s AWM Student Chapter attended the WIMIN11 Conference at which Professor Carolyn Gordon, Fellow of the Association for Women in Mathematics, gave a featured talk.
2021 Reese T. Prosser Memorial Lecture Series by Colm Mulcahy.
“One of the most astonishing mathematical card tricks ever invented dates back over 70 years: given any five cards from a regular deck, it is possible to show just four of them to a friend and magically convey the identity of the fifth...”
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 @ 6:00PM. Zoom ID 922 7125 3913.
This year we are hosting Math Camp virtually, offering two summer enrichment sessions for local high school students in July and August. Topics covered will be outside of the usual high school syllabus and students can interact with mathematicians in a fun, non-graded environment, where an exploratory approach will be emphasized. Each program will cover different mathematical topics and students are invited to attend one or both sessions. Our Math Camp sessions in previous years have included topics in cryptography, probability, mathematical symmetry, and graph theory. View more info and registration link.
A recent SIAM News article highlights the career of professor Anne Gelb, the John G. Kemeny Parents Professor of Mathematics, mentioning her leadership in the mathematical sciences and her many contributions to SIAM. Professor Gelb’s research involves developing highly accurate and efficient data-driven numerical methods for extracting important information in applications such as medical imaging, synthetic aperture radar imaging, climatology, signal processing, and fluid dynamics. She is currently a PI of the project Sea Ice Modeling and Data Assimilation (SIMDA), a new MURI project sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), and has co-directed Dartmouth Mathematics REU programs during the summers of 2017, 2018, and 2020.
Jan Glaubitz, Anne Gelb
Journal of Scientific Computing
Peter Winkler (Illustrations by Jess Johnson)
Routledge (A K Peters/CRC Press)
Qinglan Xia, Bohan Zhou
Advances in Calculus of Variations