UNCG
11/11/06

Last modified 11/13/06
The second annual UNCG-RUMC conference just ended. It was held on Saturday November 11, 2006 and it was a great success. 30 students and 13 faculty attended the event. There has been 11 students' presentations, and one plenary talk.

Please visit our photo album section for some pictures, see the list of participants, as well as download the proceedings with all the abstracts.

Support for this conference was provided by National Science Foundation grant DMS-0241090  through the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conferences program. Additional support is provided by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, UNCG, and the UNCG Office of Undergraduate Research.






UNCG-RUMC is an annual one day conference promoting undergraduate research in mathematics, statistics, and their applications held on November 11, 2006 . The conference will feature contributed undergraduate research talks and an invited talk aimed at a general undergraduate math audience. Anyone who has done original research in mathematics or statistics while an undergraduate is invited to contribute a 15 minute talk about his or her research.

Registration is free and open to the mathematical community, including undergraduate, high school, and graduate math students, high school math teachers, and faculty. The deadline for registration and submission of abstracts is October 27, 2006.

The presenters will get the opportunity to submit a paper to a refereed electronic undergraduate students journal: Explorations - the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Activity Journal. For more info about submitting the paper, contact Jan Rychtář.

Modest travel support is available. To apply for travel funds, check the appropriate box on the registration form .

Support for this conference is provided by National Science Foundation grant DMS-0241090  through the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conferences program. Additional support is provided by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, UNCG, and the UNCG Office of Undergraduate Research.