COVID-19 and the Department
Effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the administrative offices of the department will be closed in compliance with the Alachua County Shelter-in-Place order and the university’s transition to essential personnel only. Administrative staff may be reached by phone at (352) 294-2350 during regular business hours, or by email. Email department chair Kevin Knudson at email@example.com and office manager Margaret Somers at firstname.lastname@example.org. This schedule will remain in effect until further notice. All courses have moved online for the remainder of the spring term as well as for Summer A and C. If you have registration questions, you may contact the Undergraduate Coordinator at email@example.com. Please stay safe.
14th Ramanujan Colloquium
This event has been canceled. William Duke of UCLA will give this year’s Ramanujan Colloquium entitled “Modular forms in geometry and arithmetic” on Monday, March 30 at 4:00 in Little Hall Room 101. Opening remarks will be given by George Andrews. Tea will be in the Atrium before the talk. Professor Duke will also give two additional seminar talks, see this poster for more details
It is a pleasure for the Mathematics Department at the University of Florida to welcome new members of our department who will join us in Fall, 2020. They were hired as part of the University of Florida’s Faculty 500 initiative. Our new Assistant Professors are Nan Jiang (Data Science/Numerical Analysis) and Hubert Wagner (Data Science/Topological Data Analysis).
The SouthEastern Logic Symposium 2020 will take place during the weekend of February 28-March 1, 2020 at the University of Florida, Gainesville, with support from the National Science Foundation. The conference is organized by Dana Bartosova, Doug Cenzer, Ethan McCarthy and Jindra Zapletal. Please see the conference web page for details.
2020 Ulam Colloquium–Joel Cohen
The Department of Mathematics will host Professor Joel Cohen, Columbia University and Rockefeller University on January 22, 2020. His public lecture will take place at 4:05pm in 101 Little Hall, with tea preceding at 3:30pm in 338 Little Hall. Details about Prof. Cohen’s talk may be found here.
University of Florida Topological Data Analysis conference
The University of Florida Topological Data Analysis conference will take place January 30-31, 2020 at the University of Florida Informatics Institute, located at 432 Newell Drive, CISE Bldg E251. This conference is a part of and funded by the NSF-Simons Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology (SCMB). For more information see the conference web page. If you wish to attend, email Peter Bubenik before January, 22.