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The Triangle Area Graduate Mathematics Conference (TAGMaC) is a math conference for graduate students, organized and hosted by graduate students at UNC Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, and Duke University. It is an excellent place to practice presenting your research or to see what research is being done by your fellow grad students in the Triangle Area.

For the 2020-21 academic year, UNC Chapel Hill and North Carolina State are jointly hosting a virtual edition of TAGMaC from December 8-10. If you are interested in giving a 20-minute talk, or simply attending, please register.

 

Brief History:

TAGMaC was founded at NC State by graduate students Daniel Bernstein, Eva Brayfindley, Amanda Laubmeier, Molly Lynch, and Kristen Moody and faculty advisers Radmila Sazdanovic and Seth Sullivant. The goal of TAGMaC is for students in the graduate mathematics departments in the Triangle Area to come together as a mathematical community to share in our various mathematical experiences and endeavors. NC State hosted the first two TAGMaC conferences in 2015 and UNC Chapel Hill hosted the third TAGMaC event in 2016.

 

For any questions, please email uncmathams@unc.edu.

 

Background photo by Ildar Sagdejev, via Wikimedia Commons.