Undergraduate Research Seminar (Fall 2022)


The seminars are one-hour long meetings done on a monthly basis, at 1:30 p.m. E.T. over Zoom. Each gathering consists of two invited talks (not exceeding thirty minutes each): one by an undergraduate student who is working on a mathematical research project, and one by a faculty member who is supervising undergraduate research.

The seminars are organized by Hans Christianson and Casey Rodriguez. To get Zoom links or to receive announcements for upcoming talks, please fill out this google form

Abstracts, when available, may be viewed by clicking on the title of the talk below.


Date Speaker Title
September 23 Prof. Betsy Stovall (UW-Madison), Gabriel Alwan, Kai Huang, Tianze Huang, Jack Westbrook Exploring notions of curvature for families of curves
October 14 Prof. Gigliola Staffilani (MIT) and Zach Hunsucker  Mean field limits for classical dynamics with M-body forces
November 4  Prof. Thomas Witelski (Duke), Juliet Jiang, Dominic Jeong, Ruohan Zhang Moving boundary problems for evaporating fluids
November 18  Prof. Tristan Collins (MIT) and Benjy Firester (Harvard) Complete Calabi-Yau metrics from smoothing Calabi-Yau complete intersections


Click on the following link to see past speakers: Fall 2023, Spring 2023