Alex Townsend, Instructor in Applied Mathematics
Enrollment: email the instructor (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve you spot.
Limited to 40 participants
Attendance: Participants must attend all sessions
Polynomial approximation theory is classical. Here,
we will teach a selection of these important results
from the Weierstrass' approximation theorem to the
equally-spaced impossibility theorem, from Lebesgue
constants to Gauss quadrature. Everything
will be illustrated computationally with a strong emphasis
on practical application.
Contact: Alex Townsend, E18-475, email@example.com
Enrollment: Unlimited: No advance sign-up
Attendance: Contestants must qualify: see Tuesday Jan. 20
Prereq: need to pass the qualifying test on 1/20 to enter the bee
See individual session descriptions below.
Contact: Dana Mendelson, E17-301H, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop by at any point during the session, for a quick test of your single variable integration skills. Top scorers qualify for the Integration Bee. No knowledge beyond 18.01 necessary.
No enrollment limit. No advance sign up (but contestants must qualify, see Tuesday, Jan. 20). Come watch your fellow students match wits and single variable integration skills for prizes and the title of "Grand Integrator".
|Jan/29||Thu||02:45PM-04:00PM||Killian Recital Hall, Rehearsal: Mon. Jan. 26, 1-4:30pm|
Enrollment: Contact Michael Andrews (email@example.com)
This annual concert gives those in the mathematics community, together with family and friends, a chance to perform for each other. Come to play or listen.
Contact: Michael Andrews, E17-301B, firstname.lastname@example.org