## Presentation

Resources for Teachers and Students Transitioning Into an IBL Mathematics Course

July 25, 2013

Professor Brian Hartmann of the University of Connecticut will speak.

July 19, 2013

There will be a panel discussion on the process of applying to grad school, life as a graduate student and beyond.

July 12, 2013

Professor Johanna Franklin of the University of Connecticut will speak.

July 9, 2013

Professor Aaron Bailey will give a talk based on the epinonimous 1986 paper of Alan Parks.

June 27 & 28, 2013

Professor Chen-Yun Lin will give a two part discussion of variational methods in optimization problems.

June 21 & 25, 2013

Daniel Kelleher of the University of Connecticut will give a two part discussion of the complications that arise in concepts of linear algebra in infinite dimensional vector spaces.

June 18, 2013

Professor Reed Solomon of the University of Connecticut will give a talk.

June 14, 2013

Rebecca Tramel of the University of Edinburgh will give a presentation about curves in the projective plane, and Bezout’s theorem concerning their intersection.

June 11, 2013

Professor Keith Conrad of the University of Connecticut will give a presentation on the current state of the ABC conjecture.

June 7, 2013

Alex Baldenko will be conducting an introduction to the computer algebra system Mathematica.

June 5, 2013

Gabe Feinberg will be conducting an introduction to the typesetting program LaTeX

The American Mathematical Society has a new website “Find a graduate program” which is a good central source for basic statistics on graduate programs in mathematics and related fields. This is a useful source when applying to graduate schools.

The List of projects from the summer 2012 is live.

August 2, 2012

At 2:30pm Jed Chou and Ben Whitney of our REU will present their research at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA.

August 2, 2012

At 1pm REU students will participate in a poster session at UConn with the Chemistry REU where they will share their results from the summer.

July 27 – July 29, 2012

Three of the four groups will travel to Ohio State to give talks or present posters at this year’s Young Mathematicians Conference!

July 20, 2012

Lucas David-Roesler will talk about Arrow’s Theorem.

July 13, 2012

John Haga will talk about Brownian motion and Levy processes.

July 6, 2012

Harris Daniels will talk about the Modular Group and the Upper Half Plane.

June 29, 2012

Alex will talk about the Mathematica.

July 6, 2012

At 12:15pm the Math Education group will be administering a survey as part of their project before the regularly scheduled SIGMA seminar.

July 3, 2012

At around 3:30pm we will meet in MSB118 and then drive to Mansfield Hollow for a holiday barbecue!

June 22, 2012

Alexander Teplyaev, of the University of Connecticut, will talk about the Fractal dimension of the Universe.

June 14, 2012

Rebecca will talk about Grassmannians and Projective space.

June 8, 2012

Keith Conrad, of the University of Connecticut, will talk about the Projective Plane.

June 1, 2012

Dan Kelleher will be giving a seminar on Spectral Graph Theory.

The typesetting language LaTeX. On Thursday, Gabe will be giving a short talk about the basics on Thursday at 10. The files to load LaTeX can be found here.

Most of the projects this summer will make use of the CAS Mathematica. Wednesday morning at 10, Alex will be holding an introduction to mathamtica. Here is the notebook from the presentation.

The program has begun!

D. Kelleher, N. Gupta, M. Margenot, J. Marsh, W. Oakley, A. Teplyaev, ** Gaps in the spectrum of the Laplacian on 3N-Gaskets**. Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis (CPAA) Pages: 2509 – 2533, Volume 14, Issue 6, November 2015

UConn Summer Research Symposium

UMass Summer Research Symposium

Geodesics and a Riemannian Metric on Harmonic Sierpinski Gaskets

UConn Summer Research Symposium

UMass Summer Research Symposium

Kennesaw Mountain Undergraduate Mathematics Conference 2013

An Inquiry-Based Approach to Teaching Parameterization

UConn Summer Research Symposium

Exploring Learning Difficulties in Multivariable Calculus