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SCAPDE - June 2-3, 2018

The Southern California Analysis and PDE (SCAPDE) 2018 conference will be held June 2-3, 2018 at UCSD. See conference website.

SCNTD - May 12, 2018

The next Southern California Number Theory Day (SCNTD) conference will be held at UCSD on May 12, 2018. Please visit the conference website for further information:

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Fall 2018 Math Qualifying Exam Schedule

Numerical – August 27
Topology – August 28
Algebra – August 29
Statistics – August 30
Complex Analysis – August 31
Real Analysis – September 4
Applied Algebra – September 5

Questions? Please contact Kelly Guerriero (

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Winter 2019 Capped Applications

Applications for the Winter 2019 Math Capped Application Cycle are now open.

Eligible students who are not currently declared under the Department of Mathematics and wish to change their major will be able apply to any of the eight Math Majors using this link:

Eligible students are those who have already completed all five screening courses and have final grades posted on their Academic History. Do not submit an application if you have not yet completed the screening courses. More information on eligibility can be found here:

Note: Students who are looking to Double Major should not use the online application. Instead, they can apply using a Double Major Petition.

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Thursday  •  November 15, 2018

11:00am  •  AP&M 6402

Noah Forman
    The diffusion analogue to a tree-valued Markov chain

Math 288 - Probability Seminar

2:00pm  •  AP&M 7421

Nathan Green
    Logarithms and t-Motivic Multiple Zeta Values

Math 209 - Number Theory

4:00pm  •  AP&M 6402

Christopher Schafhauser
    An embedding theorem for C$^*$-algebras

Math 295 - Mathematics Colloquium

Friday  •  November 16, 2018

10:00am  •  AP&M B412

Nicholas Sieger
    The Differential Equations Method and Ramsey Lower Bounds

Graduate Student Combinatorics Seminar

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Jeffrey Rabin

Mathematical Physics

Supermanifolds and Supervarieties, String Theory, Mathematics Education

Graduate Degree Program:
Computational Science,
Mathematics, and
Engineering (CSME)
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