Emily Schaal

April 18, 11:30am

Math Tower, 5-127

April 18, 11:30am

Math Tower, 5-127

Conghan Dong

April 11, 1:30pm

Math Tower, P-131

April 11, 1:30pm

Math Tower, P-131

Quanta Magazine recently published an article on the Mandelbrot set, featuring SBU math faculty Misha Lyubich and Dima Dudko extensively.

For his paper Nicole Oresme and the Revival of Medieval Mathematics, winner of the Mathematical Association of America's SIGMAA 2023 Student Paper Contest

Contest - Mathematical Association of America's SIGMAA 2023 Student Paper Contest

November 7-9, 2023 at 4pm in SCGP 102

Speaker: Professor Jacob Tsimerman (University of Toronto)

Speaker: Professor Jacob Tsimerman (University of Toronto)

Friday at 12pm in Math Tower 4-130

Friday at 12pm in Math Tower 4-130

Two space is special as evidenced by the theory of one complex variable and Riemann surfaces.

Three space is special because our physical reality including biology takes place there. In three dimensions mathematical mysteries related to geometry, analysis and mathematical physics are more abundant.

Like 3D fluid motion, non-perturbative quantum field theory and quantum gravity.

Might these mysteries be also studied using a combinatorial understanding of why three space is special for chemistry, biology and physics?

This question will be pursued in the class using notions from combinatorial topology together with the idea that combinatorics used as in coin-flipping guided walks lead naturally into measure theory and probability theory.

News story here: Three More SBU Professors Earn NSF CAREER Awards

More information on the National Science Foundation CAREER Award

More information on Professor Theodore Drivas