Stony Brook Math Day is a one-day festival for all undergraduate math majors. Come hear talks by Lisa Berger, Robert Hough, Joseph Mitchell, and Dennis Sullivan (recipient of the 2022 Abel Prize); take part in math-related activities; and connect with faculty and students over lunch and tea. This year's Math Day was on Monday, October 3. See below for directions to the event.
Financial support for travel is available. Registered participants will have lunch and tea provided. If you are planning to come, please take a moment and fill out the registration form below. If you have questions, you can contact the organizers by sending an email to email@example.com.
Here is the Math Day poster. Click on the image for a larger version.
Here are the speakers. Lisa Berger, Robert Hough, and Dennis Sullivan are professors in the department of mathematics; Joseph Mitchell is a professor in the department of applied mathematics and statistics.
The exhibition Ways of Making Things will also be open during the day; it features artwork by Moira Chas, Johnathan Hopp, and LoVid that combines mathematics and design in novel ways. Professor Moira Chas will be around, so chat with her if you are interested.
If you are interested in coming to this year's Math Day, please register for the event. This will help us plan for lunch and tea time. We contacted everyone on September 26 to reconfirm their registration.
Trains: You can take the LIRR to Stony Brook (on the Port Jefferson branch) or to Ronkonkoma (on the Ronkonkoma branch). Here are the most convenient trains:
|Port Jefferson Branch||Penn Station 7:47am||Stony Brook 9:40am|
|Ronkonkoma Branch||Penn Station 8:14am||Ronkonkoma 9:37am|
The Stony Brook station is right on campus. We are going to offer a shuttle bus from the Ronkonkoma station to the Simons Center. If you are planning to come this way, please let us know through the registration form.