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I am not really a number theorist. I wondered what would happen if you plotted the Ulam Spiral and the Gaussian primes in the same plane.
In the ranges I was able to compute, except for three points, they seem
to miss each other perfectly.

https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/50416/generating-an-ulam-spiral

F[n_] := {Re[ #], Im[ #]} & /@
Fold[Join[ #1, Last[ #1] + I^ #2 Range[ #2/2]] &, {0}, Range[n]]
G[n_] := Table[ #[[Prime[k]]], {k, 1, PrimePi[n^2/4 + 1]}] &[F[n]]

A=G[20000]

p3 = Select[
Flatten[Table[x + I y, {x, -10000, 10000}, {y, -10000, 10000}]],
PrimeQ[ #, GaussianIntegers -> True] &]

B=Table[{Re[p3[[n]]], Im[p3[[n]]]}, {n, 1, Length[p3]}

Intersection[A,B]

{{-1, -1}, {1, -1}, {1, 1}}
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ICERM aims to support and broaden the relationship between mathematics and computation. Mathematics Institute at Brown University, Providence, RI

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09/29/2023

Today, ICERM welcomed 50 mathematicians to the Hot Topics Workshop Asymptotic Limits of Discrete Random Structures!

Organized by Zhongyang Li (University of Connecticut), Tom Roby (University of Connecticut), and Mei Yin (University of Denver), the workshop will integrate the algebraic combinatorics, probability, and machine learning paradigms of statistical mechanical models and bring together researchers across related fields. Participants will spend the weekend at ICERM attending lectures, a poster session for early-career researchers, and a collaborative course-making session.

Talks will be live-streamed at https://icerm.brown.edu/live-stream/

To access the workshop schedule, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/events/htw-23-aldrs/

09/28/2023

ICERM is accepting applications for Extending Inferences to a New Target Population, a November 2023 Hot Topics Workshop!

We welcome applications from faculty, postdocs, graduate students, industry scientists, and other researchers who wish to participate. Some funding may be available for travel and lodging. Graduate students who apply must have their advisor submit a statement of support in order to be considered.

For full details and to apply, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/events/htw-23-eintp/

09/27/2023

Applications are open for Arizona Winter School 2024: Abelian Varieties at the Southwest Center for Arithmetic Geometry at
University of Arizona Department of Mathematics!

AWS is a five-day intensive in which advanced graduate students work closely with senior faculty and postdoctoral fellows.

For more information and to apply, visit http://swc.math.arizona.edu

09/22/2023

This week, ICERM hosted the first workshop of our Fall Semester Program Math + Neuroscience: Strengthening the Interplay Between Theory and Mathematics.
Mathematical Challenges in Neuronal Network Dynamics brought together over 100 researchers to discuss mathematical approaches to neuroscience topics such as dynamics of learning, memory, plasticity, decision-making, sequence generation, and central pattern generator circuits.

Organized by Michael Buice (Allen Institute), Carina Curto (The Pennsylvania State University), Brent Doiron (University of Chicago), Zachary Kilpatrick (University of Colorado Boulder), and Konstantin Mischaikow (Rutgers University), the workshop included a series of lectures, eighteen mini-talks from early-career researchers, and daily discussions of open problems in the field.

Thanks to all the attendees, speakers, and organizers for a great start to the semester!

Mathematician Solves 50-Year-Old Möbius Strip Puzzle 09/22/2023

ICERM alum and Brown University mathematics professor Richard Schwartz recently proved the Halpern-Weaver conjecture!

Read about how Schwartz tackled the 50-year-old Möbius strip problem in this recent Scientific American article: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/mathematicians-solve-50-year-old-moebius-strip-puzzle1/

You can also access Schwartz's pre-print paper on ARXIV at https://arxiv.org/abs/2308.12641

Mathematician Solves 50-Year-Old Möbius Strip Puzzle A trapezoid was key to discovering the elusive answer to a riddle about Möbius strips

Photos from Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)'s post 09/21/2023

Introducing Sijing Liu and Marissa Masden, ICERM's 2023-2024 Institute Postdocs!

Sijing received his Ph.D. at Louisiana State University in 2020 under the supervision of Prof. Susanne C. Brenner. His research lies in the fields of numerical analysis and scientific computing. Specifically, he is interested in finite element methods, multigrid methods, discontinuous Galerkin methods, PDE-constrained optimizations, and optimal control problems. His current work focuses on designing and analyzing finite element methods/discontinuous Galerkin methods and multigrid methods for elliptic optimal control problems. He is also working on stabilized finite element methods for convection-dominated problems and interior estimates of finite element methods for singularly perturbed parabolic equations.

Marissa received her Ph.D. in 2023 from the Mathematics department at the University of Oregon under the supervision of Dev Sinha. Her dissertation work focused on uncovering statistics about topological invariants of neural network functions using algebraic constructions from oriented matroid theory and geometric ideas from piecewise linear Morse theory, with the goal of characterizing the topological expressiveness of these functions. More generally, she is also interested in applications of computational topology, geometry, and combinatorics in the natural and mathematical sciences.

Photos from Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)'s post 09/20/2023

Happy National Postdoc Appreciation Week! 🎉

This month, ICERM welcomed five Semester Postdocs for our Math + Neuroscience Fall Semester Program:

Robyn Brooks received her Ph.D. from Tulane University in 2020. Her research interests include Computational and Algebraic Topology. Among other things, she is interested in topological data analysis and multi-parameter persistent homology. Robyn is also an organizer of the Math for All conference and USTARS conference. She is interested in collaborating on projects that support historically-excluded minorities and work to create equity and inclusion in the mathematics community.

Tom Burns received his Ph.D. from OIST, Japan in 2023. His thesis, titled 'Geometry and Topology in Memory and Navigation', used tools and insights from geometry and topology to improve understanding of and performance in natural and artificial intelligence systems. Tom's research interests include associative memory, connections between neuroscience and AI, as well as the development and application of ideas from higher mathematics in these areas. After the semester at ICERM, Tom will attend the NeurIPS 2023 Conference as a program committee member of the Associative Memory and Hopfield Networks Workshop (https://amhn.vizhub.ai/ ).

Vasiliki Liontou graduated in 2023 from the University of Toronto, where she worked under the supervision of Matilde Marcolli and Bhoris Khesin. Her research interests lie at the crossroads of contact and symplectic geometry, time-frequency analysis, and neuroscience modeling. In particular, she studied the coexistence of Gabor analysis and contact structures in models of the primary visual cortex and its implications in both mathematics and neuroscience. You can read her recent paper with Semester Organizer Matilde Marcolli at https://arxiv.org/pdf/2309.04094

Nikola Milićević received his Ph.D. in May 2021 from the University of Florida under the supervision of Peter Bubenik. From August 2021 to August 2023, he has been doing postdoctoral research in applied topology and theoretical neuroscience at the Pennsylvania State University, under the supervision of Vladimir Itskov. Nikola’s interests lie in machine learning, topological data analysis with applications to biology/neuroscience, and applied category theory.

Ling Zhou received her Ph.D. in 2023 at the Ohio State University under the supervision of Facundo Mémoli. Her dissertation focused on exploring persistent invariants that go beyond the traditional persistent homology. Her research interests are applied algebraic topology, computational geometry, and topological data analysis.

https://icerm.brown.edu/about/postdocs/

ICERM: 10 years later | EMS Magazine 09/14/2023

Ever wonder exactly what goes on at ICERM? Check out "ICERM: 10 years later," an article by ICERM co-PI and Brown University Professor of Mathematics Benoît Pausader for the European Mathematical Society magazine!

ICERM: 10 years later | EMS Magazine EMS Magazine Article from: Benoît Pausader

09/14/2023

This year's GirlsGetMath@ICERM students loved hearing from Dr. Anarina Murillo of the Brown University School of Public Health about the quantitative side of public health and medicine!

Anarina Murillo taught Data Science and Statistics in Public Health to High School Students during this year’s Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) GirlsGetMath summer program!
https://biostatistics.sph.brown.edu/news/2023-09-13/data-science

09/13/2023

ICERM is still accepting applications for the upcoming Hot Topic Workshop Asymptotic Limits Discrete Random Structures (Sep 29-Oct 1)!

We welcome applications from faculty, postdocs, graduate students, industry scientists, and other researchers who wish to participate. Some funding may be available for travel and lodging. Graduate students who apply must have their advisor submit a statement of support in order to be considered.

For full details and to apply, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/events/htw-23-aldrs/

09/11/2023

Save the date! The next Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC) will take place at the Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation - IMSI from April 18-20, 2024.

IPC is a three-day experience designed to promote, educate, encourage, and support BIPOC women underrepresented in mathematics and statistics. The conference is a program of Building Diversity in Science and is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Mathematical Sciences Institutes Diversity Initiative.

Learn more at https://mathinstitutes.org/diversity/infinite-possibilities

08/28/2023

From meeting with the dean of engineering to mixing fluids to analyze different surface tensions, or — as seen here — getting a lesson in impact dynamics by launching a squash ball from an air compressor toward a target, students from the GirlsGetMath@ICERM descended on Brown University Engineering for a week filled with hands-on fun and learning.

Held at Brown each summer, the mathematics program for high schoolers was founded and is led by the team at the Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) as a way to cultivate interest, inspire confidence and instill a sense of belonging for young students exploring math and science fields.

Image credit: Cherie Daniel

Partnerships for Research Innovation in the Mathematical Sciences (PRIMES) (nsf23560) | NSF - National Science Foundation 08/23/2023

Hector Banos Cervantes (California State U, San Bernardino) and Monica Stephens (Spelman College) are new National Foundation (NSF) Partnership for Research Innovation in the Mathematical Sciences (PRIMES) award recipients!
https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2023/nsf23560/nsf23560.htm

PRIMES is a new funding opportunity to build lasting ties between minority-serving institutions and NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences-supported math research institutes, including ICERM. In addition to their own research projects, awardees will work on initiatives to expand research opportunities and encourage aspiring mathematicians at their home institutions.

Stephens will attend ICERM's Spring 2024 Semester Program Numerical PDEs: Analysis, Algorithms, and Data Challenges to work on her project developing better computational techniques to solve equations modeling spinodal decomposition.
https://icerm.brown.edu/programs/sp-s24/

Banos Cervantes will attend our Fall 2024 semester program Theory, Methods, and Applications of Quantitative Phylogenomics as part of his project developing practical inference algorithms to detect hybridization between species.
https://icerm.brown.edu/programs/sp-f24/

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Photos from Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)'s post 08/10/2023

This week, ICERM hosts Research Experiences for Undergraduate Faculty (REUF), organized by ICERM's Associate Director for Diversity and Outreach Ulrica Wilson, and Brianna Donaldson and Leslie Hogben of the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM).

REUF is an annual workshop for faculty at primarily undergraduate institutions to investigate open questions in the mathematical sciences and learn tools for engaging in research with undergraduate students. REUF is a formal collaboration between ICERM and AIM.

This morning, REUF participants were joined by the concurrent Collaborate@ICERM group for a conversation about making research accessible for undergraduate mathematicians.

The Collaborate group—made up of Catherine Buell (Fitchburg State University), Aloysius Helminck (University of Hawai'i at Mānao), Vicky Klima (Appalachian State University), Jennifer Schaefer (Dickinson College), Carmen Wright (Jackson State University), and Ellen Ziliak (Benedictine University)—is at ICERM this week studying Fixed-Group Conjugacy Classes of Unipotent Elements in Symmetric Spaces of Special Linear Groups over a Finite Field of Characteristic 2.

The REUF organizers and Collaborate group member Aloysius Helminck were all at ICERM ten years ago for REUF 2013! We were glad to see them all back at ICERM, as well as some new faces!

To learn more about REUF, visit https://reuf.aimath.org/

The First International Congress of Basic Science (ICBS) 08/04/2023

Dr. David Mumford has been awarded the 2023 Basic Science Lifetime Award by the first International Congress of Basic Science!

According to the Congress, the new award will recognize "extraordinary scientists whose work in basic science has been both outstanding and innovative and [who] have . . . brought about fundamental change in his or her discipline."

Dr. Mumford is a professor in the Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University and Harvard Department of Mathematics. He received the Fields Medal in 1974 for his contributions to algebraic geometry.

At ICERM, he was an early member of our Board of Trustees and Education Advisory Board. Congratulations Dr. Mumford on this well-deserved recognition!

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Professor Susanna Haziot awarded the Prize of the Austrian Mathematical Society (ÖMG) for her outstanding dissertation | Department of Mathematics | Brown University 08/03/2023

ICERM alumna and Department of Mathematics at Brown University Professor Susanna Haziot has been awarded the Prize of the Austrian Mathematical Society (ÖMG) for her outstanding dissertation, "Mathematical studies of hydrodynamical currents and wave-current interactions." Congratulations Dr. Haziot!

https://brown.edu/academics/math/news/2023/08/professor-susanna-haziot-awarded-prize-austrian-mathematical-society-%C3%B6mg-her

Dr. Haziot was a participant in our Fall 2021 Semester Program Hamiltonian Methods in Dispersive and Wave Evolution Equations. For more program details and to watch recorded lectures, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/programs/sp-f21/!

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Modern Mathematics Workshop • IMSI 08/02/2023

The deadline for Modern Mathematics Workshop funding has been extended! Participants can now apply for MMW and SACNAS NDiSTEM travel and lodging support until August 11.

For full details, visit the Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation - IMSI event page:

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Photos from Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)'s post 07/27/2023

Our Summer@ICERM faculty organizers are busy helping students with their final presentations!

This year's Mathematical Modeling of DNA Self-Assembly program is led by Leyda Almodóvar Velázquez (Stonehill College), Amanda Harsy (Lewis University), Cory Johnson (California State University, San Bernardino), and Jessica Sorrells (Converse University).

Faculty organizers develop a variety of interdisciplinary research projects and mentor students as they learn to collaborate mathematically.

ICERM is now accepting proposals for Summer@ICERM 2024! Prospective faculty organizers should submit a program idea by September 1 for full consideration.

For more information, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/proposals/

07/26/2023

There is still time to apply for funding for the 2023 Modern Math Workshop at the Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Innovation - IMSI (October 25-26)!

The Modern Math Workshop (MMW) encourages undergraduates from underrepresented groups to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences, and builds research and networking opportunities. The workshop will also showcase research happening at ICERM and other National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded mathematical sciences institutes around the country.

This year's MMW will take place in conjunction with the 2023 SACNAS Advancing Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Americans in Science NDiSTEM Conference.

Applications for funding are open until July 28th!

Learn more at https://www.imsi.institute/activities/modern-mathematics-workshop/

07/25/2023

This week, ICERM hosts Acceleration and Extrapolation Methods, a Topical Workshop organized by Hans De Sterck (University of Waterloo), David Gardner (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), Agnieszka Miedlar (Virginia Tech), and Sara Po***ck (University of Florida).

Participants will explore links between existing acceleration and extrapolation methods and make connections between theory and practical applications.

You can tune in live at https://icerm.brown.edu/live-stream/ !

To access recorded lectures, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/video_archive/ !

07/21/2023

This week, ICERM hosted Educating at the Intersection of Data Science and Social Justice, the second workshop the Summer 2023 Data Science and Social Justice (DSSJ) program.

Short-term participants and DSSJ summer residents gathered to explore ways to integrate computational social justice research methods in K-16 curricula. The group spent time discussing the limitations and potentialities of data-driven research atmospheres, as well as best practices for teaching students to advocate for social change using quantitative methods.

Talks included "Data Skills and Justice in the Undergraduate Mathematics Curriculum" with Dr. Chad Topaz (Institute for the Quantitative Study of DEI), "Histories of African Americans Connecting Mathematics and Society" with Dr. Nathan Alexander (Morehouse College), and "Data Science for Social Justice – A Tool for Broadening Participation on Dual Fronts" with Dr. R. Uma (NC Central University), among others. To access recorded lectures, visit ICERM's video archive at https://icerm.brown.edu/video_archive/.

This program was organized by Ron Buckmire (Occidental College), Drew Lewis (University of South Alabama), Omayra Ortega (Sonoma State University), Katharine Ott (Bates College), and Matt Salomone (Bridgewater State University).

Many thanks to the organizers, speakers, and attendees for a wonderful week!

07/14/2023

The LMFDB, Computation, and Number Theory workshop wouldn't have been possible without this outstanding group of organizers, speakers, and participants. Many thanks to everyone in the mathematical community who joined us this week at ICERM!

07/14/2023

This week at ICERM, researchers came together for LMFDB, Computation, and Number Theory (LuCaNT). This workshop was an activity of the Simons Collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory, and Computation, and was organized by the managing editors of the L-functions and Modular Forms Database (LMFDB):

-John Cremona (University of Warwick)
-John Jones (Arizona State University)
-Jennifer Paulhus (Grinnell College)
-Andrew Sutherland (MIT)
-John Voight (Dartmouth College)

Throughout the week, participants attended lectures and demonstrations related to mathematical databases, computation, number theory, and arithmetic. This animation, provided by organizer and Simons Collaboration PI Andrew Sutherland, shows the growth of the LMFDB as it gained popularity among researchers in the field.

Look out for the upcoming volume of LuCaNT’s associated proceedings, soon to be published in American Mathematical Society's ‘Contemporary Mathematics’!

Finally, we are grateful to the Simons Foundation for their support of this workshop and the Simons Collaboration! Learn more at https://simonscollab.icerm.brown.edu/ and http://www.lmfdb.org/

07/07/2023

This week, ICERM hosts Murmurations in Arithmetic, organized by Yang-Hui He (London Institute for Mathematical Sciences & Merton College, Oxford University), Kyu-Hwan Lee (University of Connecticut), Thomas Oliver (Teesside University).

This Hot Topic Workshop, funded in part by the Simons Foundation, is focused on the recently uncovered murmuration phenomenon. The phenomenon was first observed in 2022 by the workshop's organizers and speaker Alexey Pozdnyakov (University of Connecticut), who was just an undergraduate at the time.

The workshop will gather together a wide array of perspectives on elliptic curves, and other number theoretic objects, in the hope of developing structural theorems and applications of this new discovery to outstanding questions in arithmetic.

07/07/2023

ICERM's Scientific Advisory Board, Education Advisory Board, and Board of Trustees are integral to our mission to support and broaden the relationship between mathematics and computation. Effective this month, several members of ICERM's advisory boards have completed their service. We congratulate them on finishing their terms, and are pleased to introduce the board members who will succeed them!

It is with gratitude that we announce the departure of Sven Leyffer (former Chair), Ivan Corwin, Rosa Orellana and Rachel Ward from ICERM's Scientific Advisory Board. ICERM is better for their insights, which were instrumental in our efforts to offer rigorous and relevant mathematical programs. We welcome new members Ricardo Cortez (Tulane) Ioana Dumitriu (UC San Diego), Michael Mahoney (UC Berkeley), and Juliane Mueller (Nat'l Renewable Energy Lab).

John Ewing (former Chair), Tom Garrity, Ryan Hynd, and Javier Rojo have completed their service on ICERM's Education Advisory Board. We can't thank them enough for their contributions to education and outreach programs like GirlsGetMath and Summer@ICERM. We welcome Paul Bendich (Duke University), Malena Espanol (Arizona State University), Kathleen Kavanaugh (Clarkson University), and Ralph Morrison (Williams College).

Finally, we congratulate Julia Kempe, Jonathan Mattingly, and Karen Smith for completing their terms on ICERM's Board of Trustees. We are truly grateful for the work they've done to help steer ICERM through the past several years and the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board of Trustees is now joined by Lisa Fauci (Tulane University), Illya Hicks (Rice University), and Andrea Nahmod (University of Massachusetts).

06/26/2023

Announcing the release of 'Contemporary Mathematics Vol. 783: Computational Aspects of Discrete Subgroups of Lie Groups' by the American Mathematical Society! The volume contains the proceedings of the virtual workshop Computational Aspects of Discrete Subgroups of Lie Groups, hosted by ICERM in June 2021.

From the abstract, "The workshop aimed to synergize independent strands in the area of computing with discrete subgroups of Lie groups, to facilitate solution of theoretical problems by means of recent advances in computational algebra." For access, visit https://ams.org/books/conm/783/

This volume was edited by the organizing committee for Computational Aspects of Discrete Subgroups of Lie Groups: Alla Detinko, Michael Kapovich, Alex Kontorovich, Peter Sarnak, and Richard Schwartz.

To access workshop details and recorded talks, visit https://icerm.brown.edu/topical_workshops/tw-21-cads/

06/23/2023

This week, ICERM hosted From Impact Factor to Influence Factor: Data Science and Policy for Social Justice. The was the first of two workshops in the 2023 Data Science and Social Justice Summer Research Program.

Participants spent the week developing their abilities to use quantitative science to affect policy decisions and support social justice efforts. Leaders from social justice-oriented organizations, including Guam Human Rights Initiative, the University of Nottingham Rights Lab, and Providence's own Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council, were invited to collaborate with participants on group presentations given this afternoon.

Groups used qualitative and quantitative methods to research human trafficking, policing, genocide, and healthcare access for Spanish-speakers in Rhode Island. Using mathematical and computational tools, they explored best practices for data collection and presentation from a policy standpoint. We can't wait to see where this week's collaborations lead in the future!

Thanks to all who participated in From Impact Factor to Influence Factor! A special thanks to workshop organizers Jessica Libertini (Joint Special Operations University), Victor Piercey (Ferris State University), and Tian An Wong (University of Michigan-Dearborn).

https://icerm.brown.edu/programs/ep-23-dssj/w1/

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Last week, ICERM hosted the Topical Workshop Mathematical and Computational Biology.

The goal of this workshop was promote collaborations among experimentalists, physicians, theoreticians, and computational scientists. Throughout the week, participants attended problem sessions, a poster exhibition, and lectures from "How Mathematical AI is Transforming Biosciences" to "Mathematical Challenges in Triggered Drug Delivery." To access recorded lectures, visit icerm.brown.edu/video_archive/.

ICERM thanks all the participants, poster presenters, and speakers for a wonderful week!

A special thanks to Mathematical and Computational Biology's organizers: Wenrui Hao (Penn State), Marieke Kuijjer (University of Oslo), Nathaniel Whitaker (UMass Amherst), Panayotis Kevrekidis (UMass Amherst), Olivia Prosper (University of Tennessee Knoxville), Natalia Komarova (UC Irvine), and Leili Shahriyari (UMass Amherst).

Photos from Institute for Computational & Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM)'s post 06/09/2023

This week at ICERM, we hosted the fourth Mathematical and Scientific Machine Learning Conference.

First held at in 2020, MSML conferences aim to bring together the communities of machine learning, applied mathematics, and computational science and engineering to exchange ideas and progress in the fast-growing field of scientific machine learning.

Participants came together over a welcome reception, three poster sessions, and thirty-five talks, many of which are available in ICERM's video archive.

icerm.brown.edu/video_archive/

Thank you to all attendees and poster presenters! A special thanks to program organizers Marta D'Elia (Pateur Labs, Stanford University), George Karniadakis (Brown University), Siddhartha Mishra (ETH Zurich), Themistoklis Sapsis (MIT), Jinchao Xu (Pennsylvania State University), Zhongqiang Zhang (Worcester Polytechnic Institute).

2023 AWM Fellows 01/05/2023

Congratulations to Jennifer Balakrishnan, a member of our Scientific Advisory Board, who has been named a 2023 Association for Women in Mathematics Fellow in part noting her work in education and outreach including GirlsGetMath!

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Today, some of our Summer@ICERM 2022 students were able to present their work during the Pi Mu Epsilon Contributed Session on Research by Undergraduates at . Be sure to stop by the poster session tomorrow to view their work and ask questions!

News from the AMS 12/05/2022

Ulrica Wilson of Morehouse College will receive the 2023 AMS Award for Impact on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics. Ulrica's commitment to equity and advancing mathematics reverberates throughout her work. ICERM is fortunate to have you as our Associate Director for Diversity and Outreach!

News from the AMS Advancing research. Creating connections.

American Mathematical Society Election Results 11/29/2022

Spring 2012 ICERM Postdoc, Bianca Viray, was recently elected as president of the American Mathematical Society! Congratulations to Bianca and to all of the other familiar names in elected positions!!

American Mathematical Society Election Results Advancing research. Creating connections.

ICERM - An ICERM Public Lecture: Mirror Mirror on the Wall: the story of reflection groups and fractal sphere-packings 11/17/2022

On Wednesday, November 30th, discover how geometry and arithmetic can interact in unexpected ways to form fractal sphere-packings from reflections in curved mirrors during a public lecture given by Alex Kontorovich. This lecture is open to the public. Be sure to reserve your seat today!

ICERM - An ICERM Public Lecture: Mirror Mirror on the Wall: the story of reflection groups and fractal sphere-packings ICERM follows Brown University's COVID-19 Campus Safety Policy. Starting in fall 2021, we anticipate that all ICERM scientific programming will be held in person at the institute.

Fellows of the American Mathematical Society 11/11/2022

The latest list of American Mathematical Society fellows includes Ryan Hynd who is a member of ICERM's Education Advisory Board. Ryan was chosen for contributions to partial differential equations and their application to Sobolev inequalities, control theory, and adhesion dynamics. Congratulations!

Fellows of the American Mathematical Society Advancing research. Creating connections.

10/26/2022

ICERM is excited to have Leyda Almodóvar Velázquez give a research talk at Modern Math Workshop!

ICERM - LMFDB, Computation, and Number Theory (LuCaNT) 10/07/2022

A call for papers has been added to the "LMFDB, Computation, and Number Theory (LuCaNT)" workshop!

The deadline for submissions is January 10, 2023

ICERM - LMFDB, Computation, and Number Theory (LuCaNT) ICERM follows Brown University's COVID-19 Campus Safety Policy. Starting in fall 2021, we anticipate that all ICERM scientific programming will be held in person at the institute.

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The mission of the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) is to support and broaden the relationship between mathematics and computation: specifically, to expand the use of computational and experimental methods in mathematics, support theoretical advances related to computation, and address problems posed by the existence and use of the computer through mathematical tools, research and innovation.

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Brown Alumni & Friends Brown Alumni & Friends
38 Brown Street
Providence, 02906

You’re a Brunonian for life. Expand your lifelong connection to Brown University.

Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
111 Thayer Street
Providence, 02912

A leading center of international and public affairs with a focus on development, security, and gove

Student Community Government, Inc. (RIC) Student Community Government, Inc. (RIC)
600 Mt Pleasant Avenue, Student Union 401
Providence, 02908

Voice of the Student Body since 1974

Brown CS Brown CS
115 Waterman Street
Providence, 02912

Brown CS news. If you have a brown.edu email, join our internal group: http://buff.ly/1SKmG4S.

Brown Medical Alumni and Friends Brown Medical Alumni and Friends
222 Richmond Street
Providence, 02903

Connect with alumni, parents, students and friends of The Warren Alpert Medical School.

Rhode Island College (RIC) Rhode Island College (RIC)
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, 02908

The official Rhode Island College page. Web: http://ric.edu/ News: http://ric.edu/news/

JWU Providence Student Engagement JWU Providence Student Engagement
232 Weybosset Street
Providence, 02903

The resource for co-curricular and extracurricular programs and activities at Johnson & Wales Univers

Edna Lawrence Nature Lab Edna Lawrence Nature Lab
13 Waterman Street
Providence, 02903

Natural history collection fostering creative inquiry into biodesign, ecology, and climate change.

Providence College Office of Admission Providence College Office of Admission
1 Cunningham Street
Providence, 02918

Providence College is a Roman Catholic, four-year liberal arts institution and the nation's only col

Rhode Island College Alumni Association (RIC) Rhode Island College Alumni Association (RIC)
Rhode Island College
Providence, 02908

Proudly serving our 75,000+ graduates by providing resources, events and benefits to our community.

Providence College Women's Ice Hockey Providence College Women's Ice Hockey
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, 02918

Twitter: @PCWHockey Instagram: PCWHockey

College Unbound College Unbound
325 Public Street
Providence, 02905

CU is a non-profit educational institution in Providence, RI. Pursue your passion, earn your degree. Full-time work, full-time school. It can be done! Apply Today: bit.ly/apply-to-cu