Welcome to the UIC Undergraduate Math Club for AY 2023-2024! Heading link
The Math Club meets on Monday (1-2pm) in SEO 636. Anyone can drop by.
If you are interested in participating in student activities or giving a short (10- to 45-minute) math-related presentation, please speak with a member of the board at any club meeting.
Additionally, Putnam Competition preparation takes place in SEO 427 on Wednesdays from 11-12pm.
Message the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Nathan Jones, for more information on Math Club or the Putnam Competition!
Upcoming Lectures Heading link
Former Lectures Heading link
Putnam Competition Problems and Their Solutions
Wouter van Limbeek
The Banach-Tarski paradox, pyramid schemes, and amendable groups
The theory of voting : Arrow’s impossibility theorem
The feasible region of induced graphs
Counting the infinite and independence
Additive Combinatorics and the Green Tao Theorem
Phase transitions: an introduction through percolation
Sung Min Lee
Constructing a non-integer dimension
Kakeya sets in finite fields
The number of polynomials defining an algebraic set
The Communication of Mathematical Theory
Machine Learning and Games
Dynamical systems and Benford’s law
Number fields associated to elliptic curves
Number fields associated to elliptic curves II
A Tour of Examples in Algebraic Geometry
Symbols of Inclusion Panel
What can I do with a math degree?
What is the uncertainty principle?
Introduction to Stochastic calculus
My Experience in the Actuarial Field
Solving a few fun problems
Sravani Bhamidipaty, Sergio Lara, and Max Nguyen
About our MURL projects