Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium
Saturday, November 7, 2020
University of Illinois at Chicago

Organized by David Dumas, Julius Ross, Christof Sparber, and Kevin Tucker

About the symposium

The Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium at UIC is an annual one-day meeting focusing on undergraduate mathematical research and education. The meeting features invited lectures by mathematical researchers and contributed lectures and posters by undergraduates on their own research projects.

Save the date

The next UMS will be held on November 7, 2020. More information about the 2020 symposium will be posted shortly. Applications will open in Spring 2020.

Plenary lectures

  • Edmund Harriss (University of Arkansas)
  • Ljudmila Kamenova (Stony Brook)
  • Ian Tobasco (UIC)


    The symposium consists of a morning session of three plenary lectures, an afternoon session of 20-minute talks by undergraduate students, and a poster session.


    UMS is supported in part by the following grants from the National Science Foundation: NSF RTG 1246844, DMS 1348092 CAREER.


    Julius Ross (juliusro@uic.edu)