We encourage undergraduate students from all years of study to participate and give presentations in any area of mathematics, including applications to other disciplines. However, while we do recommend giving a talk, it is not a requirement for conference participation.
Student talks will be 15 minutes in length with 5 minutes between talks for discussion. Topics can range from elementary known material to challenging generalizations of known theorems to entirely new results. Interesting applications of mathematics to other disciplines, as well as historical talks are also welcome. The organizers will attempt to group talks according to topic in parallel sessions. All talks will take place in rooms equipped with a computer, computer projector, laptop hookup, and whiteboard.
To submit a title and abstract, visit the Registration page. Please consult your faculty advisor before submitting a title and abstract.
Students unaccustomed to making presentations may find the following links useful: