Sign up for the Putnam Exam!

The 83rd William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition will be held on Saturday, December 3rd.  This fun and challenging math exam is split up over two blocks, 10am-1pm and 3pm-6pm.  Sign up to participate here by December 1! You can get more info about the exam here, and… Continue reading »

Williams College at the 82nd Putnam

The results are in for the 82nd William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition!  In December, eighteen Williams students (mostly in Williamstown, plus one in Budapest) competed in the daunting six-hour exam.  Our team was led by Rauan Kaldybayev, Jonathan Rogers, Alexander Shashkov, and Benjamin Baily, all of whom scored in the… Continue reading »

Sign up for the Putnam Exam!

The 81st William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is coming up, and you can register for it here!  The competition, which consists of a total of twelve mathematical questions (worked on individually), will take place on December 4th over two sessions (at 10am-1pm and 3pm-6pm) in NSB 113.  If you… Continue reading »

Williams at the 81st Putnam

On February 20 and 21, eleven Williams students took part in the 81st William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, held remotely due to COVID 19. Congratulations to all who participated, especially given the difficult circumstances!  Special shout outs to Zachary Stein-Perlman, who placed in the top 200 nationwide; and to Max… Continue reading »

Applications open for SMALL 2021

Applications are now open for Williams’ 2021 SMALL Research Experience for Undergraduates in Mathematics! Visit https://math.williams.edu/small/ to check out the research projects, as well as the link to the application pages (application deadline: February 3, 2021 at 5pm). Continue reading »

2018 RIPS Team (including Hallee Wong ’18) Wins Best Poster Award

Congratulations to Iuliana Tabian (Imperial College London) and Emmanuel Antonio Cuevas (Universidad de Guanajuato) for winning Best Poster Award at the 1st International Workshop on Advanced Machine Vision for Real-life and Industrially Relevant Applications (AMV2018). Tabian and Cuevas, along with their teammates Osman Akar (UCLA) and Hallee Wong (Williams College)… Continue reading »

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