The following are talk posters for the second semester of MUMS talks.
MUMS is a series of math talks given by undergraduate students at the University of Toronto. Talk topics and styles vary significantly, but all interested students are encouraged to present.
Organizers: Anne Dranovski, Matt Sourisseau.
Structure: To present, please email the organizers with your full name, talk title, and a 2-3 paragraph abstract giving the mathematical layman an idea of what kinds of things you’ll be talking about, and where these things fit into other areas of math or science.
You can now give your talk online in the form of a blog post. This can be in addition to a real life presentation or standalone. Of course, we would prefer both: if you are giving a talk, blog about it! and if you are “giving a blog”, talk about it! In case you choose to talk and not blog, we will elect a scribe who will be responsible for taking thorough notes on your talk, latexing them, and posting them here.
MU’s website has finally launched, and the MUMS blog has come along for the ride. May they remain forever in orbit.
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Check out the talks calendar for past and future MUMS talks.