Congratulations to Professor Mark McCombs, winner of the Math Department Halloween Candy Guessing Game! There were 86 tootsie rolls in the jar, and Mark guessed 85. Congratulations, Mark! And Happy Halloween, from the Math Department!
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Morgan’s article on the math and science behind analog and digital recording was posted on the Scientific American Observations Blog on Wednesday. The piece discusses auditory perception, the history of analogue playback, the Fourier transform, and the Sampling Theorem. Morgan … Continued
We are excited to announce that our AWM Chapter has received funding to organize the first “Association for Women in Mathematics Triangle Conference.” Francesca Bernardi and Katrina Morgan, with Dr. Katie Newhall as Faculty Advisor, have received funds through the … Continued
Graduate Students! Please consider entering the 3 Minute Thesis Competition. Deadline to Register is October 17. Competition is October 23, 24, and 25. More information below: ____________________ The Graduate School is pleased to announce the third annual Three Minute Thesis … Continued
‘Jason Metcalfe graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2003 writing a thesis under Chris Sogge and spent time at Georgia Tech and Berkeley before coming to UNC in 2007, where is now a full Professor. He does research in Partial … Continued
Congratulations Professor Richard Rimanyi for being named as the Bowman & Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor! The Bowman and Gordon Gray Professorship is one of the University’s most esteemed awards for excellence in undergraduate teaching. These professorships help Carolina support its best teachers … Continued
Apply for the Carolina Data Challenge! The Carolina Data Challenge is a data science competition for students to solve real world problems using data science techniques and tools outside the classroom. Participants will have the opportunity to analyze real datasets provided by … Continued
The Closed Course Form will be Available Today at 4:00 pm, and will be open until Thursday (August 31) at 4:00 pm. Click here for more Closed Course Form Information.
We are proud to have our 2014 SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics paper on “Core-Periphery Structure in Networks” appear as the highlighted SIGEST article in this quarter’s issue of SIAM Review. To see more information, click here. Congratulations!!