WINRS, Mid-Atlantic Region:

a Meeting of Mathematical Minds

Women's Intellectual Network Research Symposium
  University of Virginia, Charlottesville, September 15, 2018

REGISTRation: here!

Deadline for funding support: July 1.

Deadline for registration: September 1.


Schedule: Saturday September 15 (TBA Location)

  1.   8:00  --  8:45 Bagels and coffee & registration

  2.   8:45  --  9:00 Welcome to all the participants

  3.   9:00  -- 10:00 First panel lecture: Kim Sellers (Georgetown University)

  4. 10:15 -- 12:15 Parallel sessions & coffee break

  5. 12:30 -- 13:30 Lunch and Poster Session

  6. 13:45 -- 14:30 Tutorials

  7. 14:45 -- 15:45 Second panel lecture: Emily Riehl (Johns Hopkins University)

  8. 16:00 -- 17:00 Career Panel

SPEAKERS Bio-sketches: See here.

abstracts: See here.

Parallel sessions: There will be parallel sessions in:

  1. Algebra, Combinatorics: chair Talia Fernos (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

  2. Algebraic Geometry, Commutative Algebra and Number Theory: chair Rebecca R.G. (George Mason University)

  3. Analysis, PDE and Probability: chair Constanze Liaw (University of Delaware)

  4. Applied Mathematics and Biomathematics: chair Lauren Childs (Virginia Tech)

  5. Geometry: chair Heather Russell (University of Richmond)

  6. History of Mathematics: chair Della Dumbaugh (University of Richmond)

  7. Topology: chair Rebecca Fields (James Madison University)

Tutorials: There will be tutorials in

  1. 3D Printing and illustrating Mathematics: Elizabeth Denne (Washington & Lee University)

  2. Simulations and Computations in Research: Axel Saenx (University of Virginia)

  3. Outreach: Jack Love (George Mason University)

  4. How to prepare for a job interview

Directions, Hotels, restaurants: See here.

funding: NSF - INCLUDES WATCH US, Arts & Science Diversity and Inclusion Grant, UVa - Mathematics Department, Institute of Mathematical Science (IMS) at UVa.

Organisers: Francesco Di Plinio, Sara Maloni.

Contact: If you have any question, please contact Francesco Di Plinio or Sara Maloni.

COnference purpose:

A one day conference featuring plenary talks, student talks, poster session, a career and mentoring panel, AWM Student Chapter discussion, and tutorials at all levels,inspired by the similar meeting in New England.

The conference objective is to introduce students and faculty, in particular women, to ongoing research in the Mid-Atlantic region and bridge gaps between universities. We aim to connect women in similar mathematical fields, as well as promote collaboration and share strategies for addressing issues facing women and other underrepresented groups in math. The conference is open to everyone, regardless of gender identity.

This conference is organized in Cooperation with the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) and supports the Non-Discrimination Statement of the Association for Women in Mathematics.