Join the Division of Physical Sciences for presentations by the 2019-20 Lattimer Faculty Research Fellows: Rommie Amaro (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Suckjoon Jun (Physics), and Bo Li (Mathematics) on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 4:00pm. Register (FREE) for Zoom Webinar.
Professor Cristian Popescu has been elected a 2021 Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) for contributions to number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Richard Libby ('80, MA '82, PhD) received his degrees in mathematics at UC San Diego before starting a successful career in the finance industry. His recent $100,000 contribution to the university exemplifies his passion for using mathematics in concert with finance and business, in particular when it comes to assessing market risk. Half of his unique gift will go to the Department of Mathematics and half to the Rady School of Management in support of graduate studies and research. In light of current events, Richard also agreed to a secondary designation to support the math department’s greatest needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Algebra – August 31
Real Analysis – September 1
Statistics – September 2
Complex Analysis – September 3
Applied Algebra – September 4
Numerical – September 8
Topology – September 9
MATH 282 Comprehensive exam - September 22
Questions? Please contact Kelly Guerriero (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Additional information will be provided by the Registrar's Office at a later date on how to make a grade option change request during the January 4-29, 2021 special petition period.
Please keep in mind the following:
- Fall 2020 P/NP units will count toward the 25% maximum allowed by the University.
- Course work must be equivalent to C- or better to receive a P grade.
- A change from a D grade to a NP will result in a loss of units.
- Financial Aid packages will be affected by NP grades.
- A change to P/NP for a Fall 2020 course will be allowed for a repeat of a class in which a D or F grade was earned in an earlier term.
- Students looking to go into math graduate programs would most likely want to take key coursework (especially advanced theory classes like Algebra or Analysis) for letter grades as these are courses graduate admissions committees will focus on. This is also true for students applying to competitive research programs, fellowships and internships.
Tuesday • January 26, 2021
11:00am • Zoom info: Contact email@example.com for details
Noncommutative $C^k$ Functions, Multiple Operator Integrals, and Derivatives of Operator Functions
Math 243 - Functional Analysis Seminar
11:00am • Zoom Meeting ID: 950 6794 9984
A Lagrange multiplier expression method for bilevel polynomial optimization
Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar
11:30am • Zoom information: Meeting ID: 933 6734 4286 Password: topology
Cellular motivic invariants of Z[1/2]
Math 292 - Topology Seminar
2:00pm • Please see email with subject ``Zoom for Thought Information.''
Jason O'Neill - Ph.D. Candidate
A note on $k$-wise oddtown problems
Zoom for Thought
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