On Thursday, March 7th and Friday, March 8th, the UCSD Department of Mathematics will host its annual Open House for prospective PhD students who have been admitted for Fall 2019. The schedule of events is packed with two days of activities and talks. A full schedule can be found online. Attendance is limited to invited guests.
The 2019 Kyoto Prize Symposium - Basic Sciences Presentation featuring mathematician Masaki Kashiwara will be held on March 20, 2019 from 2:00pm-3:30pm in the UCSD Price Center West Ballroom. Register to attend.
Professor Emeritus Thomas Enright died on January 27, 2019 at the age of 71. See UCSD Campus Notice.
Applied Algebra – MONDAY, 5/13
Algebra – TUESDAY, 5/14
Complex Analysis – WEDNESDAY, 5/15
Numerical – THURSDAY, 5/16
Statistics – FRIDAY, 5/17
Real – MONDAY, 5/20
Topology - TUESDAY, 5/21
Questions? Please contact Kelly Guerriero (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The SP19 Capped Applications are open.
Eligible students who are not currently declared under the Department of Mathematics and wish to change their major will be able apply to any of the eight Math Majors using this link:
Eligible students are those who have already completed all five screening courses and have final grades posted on their Academic History. Do not submit an application if you have not yet completed the screening courses. More information on eligibility can be found here:
Note: Students who are looking to Double Major should not use the online application. Instead, they can apply using a Double Major Petition
Tuesday • April 23, 2019
11:00am • AP&M 2402
Superconvergence of mixed and nonconforming finite element methods
Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar
11:00am • AP&M 7321
Math 243 - Functional Analysis Seminar
2:00pm • AP&M 7321
The Kronecker coefficients from Jacobi's alternant formula for the Schur function
Math 269 - Combinatorics
Wednesday • April 24, 2019
2:00pm • AP&M 5829
Koebe circle domain conjecture and the Weyl problem in hyperbolic 3-space
Math 258 - Differential Geometry
Applied Probability, High Dimensional Statistics, Stochastic Optimization, Asymptotic Theory