COMING in May 2015
Another end-of-semester Pi Mu Epsilon Event!
Wednesday, May 13, 2015 -- keep posted for more details.
To be followed by the Department Pizza Party!
Pizza Orgasmica: 823 Clement St., betw. 9th & 10th Aves.
Wednesday, May 13, 6pm. See you there!
Pi Mu Epsilon, Career Panel, & more-- Wed., May 7, 2014
This year's newly inducted USF members of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honors society, of which our chapter is the California Rho chapter. Congratulations!
L-R, front: PME officer Long Yan Yung, Tatum McGuire, Bryan Fregoso,
Gabby Laguisma, Tingting Wang, Xiaobei Xie, PME officers Gabby Corbett & Layla Martin;
L-R, rear: PME officer Brendan Herger, Zander Mausolff, Andrew Stocker, Tudor Amza, Jared Rohe, and faculty advisor Prof. Steve Devlin.
More information on Pi Mu Epsilon; more information on the events of May 7, 2014.
Sir Roger Penrose, Oxford University
Lecture today: "Seeing Through the Big Bang into Another World?
Recent Results from WMAP Satellite and Planck Space Platform"
Sold Out! Monday, April 7 | 6.00pm | Presentation Theater
(USF School of Education building: 2350 Turk Blvd at Masonic Ave.)
View the live stream>>
Is our world just one of an infinite succession of universes? How can we tell?
A new theory proposes that what we presently regard as the entire history of our universe is merely one phase (an “aeon”) of an infinite succession of similar aeons. The ultimate expansion of each aeon, appears—infinitely scaled down—as the big bang of the next one. Collisions between supermassive black holes in the aeon prior to ours, would leave an observable imprint on our cosmic microwave background, apparently detectable by space satellites.
More information on Sir Roger Penrose and his work here.
Wednesdays at 3.00pm, in Lo Schiavo CSI (outside Rm 209)
Bi-weekly Mathematics Colloquia talk -- now a 1-unit class, but all are welcome!
For schedule and abstracts, please visit the Colloquium page.
Major/Minor Fair 2013
Tuesday, October 22, 11.45am-12.45pm
Lo Schiavo Science Plaza (formerly Harney Plaza)
by our table! We'll be there to answer any questions you may have
about the Mathematics major or minor; our exciting new B.S. in Data
Science program; and more!
USF Faculty Changing the World: Mathematics
Brains over Brawn: Tackling Challenges in Big Data with Graph Algorithms
Assistant Professor David Uminsky, Mathematics
Thursday, September 26, 11.45am-12.30pm
Lo Schiavo Science Room 103
Wednesday, May 8: Math Tea, Career Panel, and Pizza Party!
Please join us for our last Math Tea of the semester, 3pm in HR 222.
Come to the Career Panel we're hosting in McLaren 252, from 4.00-5.30pm.
(Capped off with awards presentations, at the end.)
Keith Bailey has 18 years combined of
actuarial consulting experience at Milliman, Fidelity Investments, and
Buck Consultants, all in San Francisco. He became a fellow of the
Society of Actuaries in 2005.
Erik Lewis graduated with a Ph.D. in
applied mathematics from UCLA in 2012 where he worked closely with the
mathematical crime research group. Erik has returned to the Bay Area
where he works at Kontagent as a Customer Success Manager/Data
Lindsay MacGarva is a 2011 USF graduate
with a degree in mathematics. She is now completing her MA in education
at USF while teaching mathematics at Stuart Hall High School in San
Dimitri Skjorshammer graduated from
Harvey Mudd College in 2011 as a math major. He worked for a bit in
finance, got bored, and cofounded ClassPager to help teachers understand
students better. He is currently the CTO at ClassPager in San
Holly Toboni double majored in math and
mechanical engineering at Santa Clara University. She then received an
MS in statistics from the University of Maryland. Now Holly is senior
manager of customer analytics at Williams-Sonoma here in San Francisco.
Lastly, but not least, come to the pizza party!
Villa Romana: 731 Irving (betw. 8th & 9th Aves), 6.30pm.
Private room at the back of the restaurant. [map]
Analytics: New MS degree program
Beginning Fall 2012
Analytics is a rapidly growing field that combines applied math and computer science to drive business strategy. Even in a sluggish economy, opportunities in analytics have been growing rapidly, and students with the right skill set will be highly sought after and well compensated. A flyer with plenty more information is here.
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It's true... the USF Math Department is on Facebook.