Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium
Saturday, November 2, 2019
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, as well as contributed lectures and posters by undergraduates on their own research projects.
The next UMS will be held on November 2, 2019.
Download the symposium poster (designed by Jānis Lazovskis)
Complete this form if you would like to speak, present a poster, or attend the symposium.
→ Registration/application form
Please make note of the following deadlines:
- The deadline for applications to speak or that request funding is September 1.
- Applications for posters or to attend are accepted until October 22 (but with no funding if application received after Sep 1).
The symposium consists of a morning session of plenary lectures by distinguished researchers, two afternoon sessions of contributed talks by undergraduates, and a poster session. A more detailed schedule will be posted shortly.
All symposium events take place on the UIC East campus.