Undergraduate Research Seminar (Fall 2023)


The seminars are one-hour long meetings done on a monthly basis from 3:00-4:00 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 Jeremy MarzuolaCasey Rodriguez, and James Rowan. 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 19 Prof. Shadi Tahvildar-Zadeh (Rutgers), Suchindram Dasgupta, Chirag Khurana One-dimensional hydrogenic ions with screened nuclear Coulomb field
October 10 Prof. Peter McGrath (NCSU) and Mathew Kushelman  On Liouville’s theorem for conformal maps
November 7 Prof. Stefan Steinerburger (UW) and Ansel Goh Long range wave dependencies and cosine sign correlations
November 21 Alex Ortiz and Paige Dote (MIT) Incidences and projections: discrete and continuous


Click on the following link to see past speakers: Spring 2023, Fall 2022