Stony Brook Math Day is a one-day festival for all undergraduate math majors. Come hear talks by Abhinav Kumar, Robert Lazarsfeld, Tony Phillips, and Christina Sormani; take part in math-related activities; and connect with faculty and students over lunch and tea. This year's Math Day will be on Saturday, April 21.
Financial support for travel is available. Registered participants will have lunch and tea provided. The deadline for registration was April 15. See below for directions to the event. Spaces are limited, with preference given to those who register early. All registered participants should have received a confirmation email on April 16.
Here is the Math Day poster. Click on the image for a larger version.
Here are the speakers.
Trains: The LIRR is running on a modified schedule on April 21. Here is a list of suitable trains:
|Port Jefferson Branch||Penn Station 6:22am||Stony Brook 8:17am|
|Penn Station 8:22am||Stony Brook 10:17am|
|Ronkonkoma Branch||Penn Station 7:07am||Ronkonkoma 8:25am|
|Penn Station 8:08am||Ronkonkoma 9:25am|
|Penn Station 9:08am||Ronkonkoma 10:25am|
It takes about 25 minutes from Ronkonkoma to the Simons center; we will reimburse participants for the cost of a shared taxi ride.
Parking: On Saturday, you can park pretty much anywhere on campus (unless there is a sign saying otherwise). There are two large parking lots close to the Simons center; they are marked in red, inside the box B-4, on the campus parking map.