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Undergraduate Mathematics Major William Frendreiss has been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

The Mathematics and Statistics Fair will be held on April 15, 2023. This event is free and open to all ages, featuring problem-solving, games, puzzles, mathematical arts and crafts, and a public lecture. For more information and to register, click here.

Peter Kuchment has been selected as Distinguished Rothschild Visiting Fellow at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.

Irina Bobkova and Jonas Luhrmann have been awarded NSF CAREER grants.

Sue Geller has been selected as Fellow of the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), Class of 2023.

EVENTS Friday, March 31

Mathematical Physics and Harmonic Analysis Seminar

Terry Harris (Cornell University) Projections and intersections in the first Heisenberg group.

B302 Mar 31 1:50pm

Terry Harris (Cornell University) Projections and intersections in the first Heisenberg group.

B302 Mar 31 1:50pm

Noncommutative Geometry Seminar

Weichen Gu (University of New Hampshire) On the zeta-function of some non-commutative semigroups

B624 Mar 31 2:00pm

Weichen Gu (University of New Hampshire) On the zeta-function of some non-commutative semigroups

B624 Mar 31 2:00pm

Algebra and Combinatorics Seminar

Hongdi Huang (Rice University) Twisting Manin's universal quantum groups and comodule algebras

B302 Mar 31 3:00pm

Hongdi Huang (Rice University) Twisting Manin's universal quantum groups and comodule algebras

B302 Mar 31 3:00pm

Free Probability and Operators

Sheng Yin (Baylor University) Non-commutative rational functions in random matrices and operators.

B306 Mar 31 4:00pm

Sheng Yin (Baylor University) Non-commutative rational functions in random matrices and operators.

B306 Mar 31 4:00pm

Geometry Seminar

Máté L. Telek (University of Copenhagen) Reaction networks and a generalization of Descartes’ rule of signs to hypersurfaces

B302 Mar 31 4:00pm

Máté L. Telek (University of Copenhagen) Reaction networks and a generalization of Descartes’ rule of signs to hypersurfaces

B302 Mar 31 4:00pm