The SPUYTEN DUYVIL conference takes place at St. Francis College, in Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday April 24, 2010. The primary purpose of the conference is to give undergraduates the opportunity to discuss mathematics with their peers. We invite the submission of an abstract for a presentation or a poster. The deadline for abstract submission is March 5, 2010. We encourage talks by undergraduates!
Presentations should be 15 minutes long, and may range from topics of general interest to
presentations of undergraduate research projects. Submitters should indicate whether the talk will be Level I, suitable for any undergraduate, or Level II, suitable for upperclassmen. Students would prefer to present a poster may do so. In addition to student presentations and the keynote address, there will be a film, Between the Folds, at the end of the day. All attendees should pre-register on-line.
The conference will begin at 8:30 am, and will end around 4:30 pm. A light lunch will be provided. Please encourage your students and colleagues to attend the conference, and to consider making a presentation!
For more information contact conference director Dr. Kathryn Weld at [email protected]. SDUMC is an MAA NSF-RUMC sponsored activity, funded by NSF Grant DMS-0846477 and by Manhattan College.