UM Undergraduate Math Club
Winter 2017

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).

January 12, 4:10-5 pm
Martin Strauss
Arches and Chains
January 19, 4:10-5 pm
Evangelos Dimou
Impossibility theorems for elementary integration
January 26, 4:10-5 pm
Robert Walker
The BKK Root Count on CN
February 2, 4:10-5 pm
David Fernandez Breton
Ramsey Theory
February 9, 4:10-5 pm
Trevor Hyde
Combinatorial Species and Generating Functions
February 16, 4:10-5 pm
Shira Zerbib
Rental Harmony
February 23, 4:10-5 pm
Brad Rodgers
Reflected rays of light and Kronecker's theorem
March 2
[No Meeting]
Winter Break
March 9, 4:10-5 pm
Beth Wolf
Ellipses, Polynomials, and a Most Marvelous Theorem
March 16, 4:10-5 pm
Lalit Jain
Helly's Theorem: Dabbling with Discrete Geometry
March 23, 4:10-5 pm
Beatrice-Helen Vritsiou
Where has all the air in my basketball gone?
Odd phenomena from high-dimensional geometry
March 30, 4:10-5 pm
Jack Jeffries
Counting Dots
April 6, 4:10-5 pm
David Speyer
The fundamental theorem of algebra, Bezout's theorem, and coloring surfaces
April 13, 4:10-5 pm
Mel Hochster
Dissections of squares by triangles

Fall 2016 Schedule

Current Schedule

Fall 2017 Schedule

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