Independent Math Research

2013-14

Reading about Tropical Geometry from Dana MacKenzie's "What's Happening in the Mathematical Sciences, vol. 9"


Readings on developments in Number Theory





Readings on celestial mechanics



Data on orbital speeds of planets in our solar system (using data from Nine Planets, an MIT executive Ed course)



Readings on topical modeling




Readings on graph theory




Editorial work on Peerpoints




Here is a calendar of upcoming events:

When: Submission due Friday 12/13/13.
Preliminary Round on Sunday 3/2/14.
Where: The City College of New York.
Finals Round on Tuesday 3/25/14.
Where: The American Museum of Natural History.
Awards ceremony on Thursday 3/27/14.
Where: The Kaye Playhouse Theater, Hunter College.
International Science and Engineering Fair on Sunday 5/11/14.
Where: Los Angeles, CA.

When: Submission due Wednesday 1/8/14.
The following papers have been submitted:
Round 1 on Sunday 3/9/14.
Round 2 on Sunday 4/6/14.
Where: Brooklyn Technical High School, 29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, NY.

Annual Saint Ann's Math Research Symposium
When: Tuesday 5/13/14.
Where: Saint Ann's Cafeteria.
More details to follow.

Journals for Student Math Research://
Involve: A Journal of Mathematics, http://msp.org/involve/about/cover/cover.html.
The Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, http://www.pme-math.org/journal/overview.html.
The Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal, http://www.rose-hulman.edu/mathjournal/.

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2012-13

Here is a calendar of upcoming events:

Greater Metropolitan New York Math Fair
When: Submission due Wednesday 1/9/13.
The following papers have been submitted:
Lukas Burger, "Counting the triangulations of unlabeled polygons"
Nat Kavaler, "Fractional derivatives of real-valued analytic functions"
Round 1 on Sunday 3/17/13.
Round 2 on Sunday 4/14/13.
Where: Brooklyn Technical High School, 29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, NY.

2013 Google Science Fair
Submission deadline: Tuesday 4/30/13.
Website: https://www.googlesciencefair.com/en/2013/
Rules: https://www.googlesciencefair.com/content/en/downloads/rules.pdf.
Eligibility: anyone born between 1/31/94 and 4/30/00.

Annual Saint Ann's Math Research Symposium
When: Tuesday 5/14/13.
Where: Saint Ann's Cafeteria.
More details to follow.

Journals for Student Math Research://
Involve: A Journal of Mathematics, http://msp.org/involve/about/cover/cover.html.
The Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, http://www.pme-math.org/journal/overview.html.
The Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal, http://www.rose-hulman.edu/mathjournal/.


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2011-12

Here is a calendar of upcoming events:


Greater Metropolitan New York Math Fair
When: Round 2 on Sunday 4/22/12.
Where: Brooklyn Technical High School, 29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, NY.
Paper submission deadline: Expired.
The following papers have been accepted into Round 2 (the final round of judging):
Nick Watters, "Convergence Properties of Iterated Complex Exponentials"
Gautama Mehta, "Nonunique Planar Configurations of Lines"
Josh Glasser, "Explorations of the Reality Game"


9th Annual Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
When: Saturday 3/31/12.
Where: Raritan Community College, Branchburg, NJ.
You can submit abstracts for 15min oral or poster presentation.
There is a student poster competition as well as a math competition.
Abstract submission deadline: Saturday 3/17/12.

7th Annual Spuyten Duyvil Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
When: Saturday 4/14/12.
Where: Ramopo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ.
You can submit abstracts for 15min oral or poster presentation.
Abstract submission deadline: Friday 3/23/12.

19th Annual Hudson Valley Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
When: Saturday 4/21/12.
Where: Western New England University, Springfield, MA.
Abstract submission deadline: Expired.
I have submitted the following abstracts:
Nick Watters, "Convergence Properties of Iterated Complex Exponentials"
Gautama Mehta, "Nonunique Planar Configurations of Lines"
Josh Glasser, "Explorations of the Reality Game"

Annual Saint Ann's Math Research Symposium
When: Tuesday 5/15/12.
Where: Saint Ann's Cafeteria.
More details to follow.