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The 11th Annual Davis Math Conference showcases the range of research in the Davis Mathematics Department, with the aim to strengthen intra- and inter-departmental connections in the dynamic UCD research community at all levels. Three Math faculty members, three GGAM faculty members and two Krener Assistant Professors will present their cutting-edge mathematics in a series of sessions. Confirmed speakers are:
Terry Nathan (Atmospheric Dynamics)
Xin Liu (Reinforcement Learning)
Kevin O'Neill (Analysis)
Roger Casals (Topology)
Anastasia Chavez (Combinatorics)
Eugene Gorsky (Algebraic Geometry & Combinatorics)
Rishidev Chaudhuri (Mathematical Biology)
Leighton Izu (Mathematical Biology)
As mathematics is an ever-evolving and essential language, we encourage every Aggie mathematician and scientist to attend. First and second year graduate students are particularly encouraged to attend, as this conference is a great way to investigate future research areas.
A schedule and list of abstracts for the event is here (*schedule updated 1/28/21*).
Check out the 2021 DMC poster.