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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

NAVEEN VAIDYA: Controlling HIV Epidemics using DE modeling, 4/20/2018

Hello everyone!

Next Friday(4/20), we will be having Doctor Naveen Vaidya, from San Diego State University, to give us a talk on Controlling HIV Epidemics using differential equations modeling. This event will be held in OC3607 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. Please feel free to forward this to others who you think might be interested. Pizza and snacks will be provided!


Mudie Lai

VP of Math Club

AMATYC Practice, 4/13/2018

Hello everyone!

I hope you guys enjoyed the Mayan Numerals talk last Friday.

We will be having AMATYC practice on Friday (4/13) from 3:00pm to 4:00pm in OC3607.
Please feel free to invite anyone who might be interested. Pizzas and snacks will be served.

If you would like to be taken off from the mailing list, please let me know.
Hope to see you guys on Friday!

Yumi Tang

ANGELA BELTRAN-AGUILAR: Mayan numerals, 4/6/2018

We have a math event this Friday hosted by the EChaLe STEM club. Prof. Beltran-Aguilar will give a presentation on Mayan Numerals. Pizzas and snacks will be served.



MCC ALUMNI PANEL, 3/30/2018

​Hi,
this is our All-Star weekend. 
This Friday 3/30 at 3:00 PM we have our already traditional homecoming of  students who now study mathat Berkeley. Please encourage your students to come and get a first-hand information about this transfer option.



PI DAY IN THE MLC, 3/14/2018

Hey Math Club

Happy Pi Day! As you celebrate Pi day today, may I invite you to a couple of events happening on campus today?

1. At 1pm today, Dr. Zika Perovic will  give a 30 minutes lecture on Pi at the MathLearning Center. Hint: There may be pizzas!

2. The Math Learning Center has planned activities and prepared refreshments for all to enjoy!

So come and join us celebrate!

By the way, if you are curious about the attached poster, maybe you should check out Martin Krzywinski and his work on http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/pi/piday2018/.

Have a good day!

SHAWN FIROUZIAN: THE RANDOMNESS OF DNA DOUBLE-STRAND BREAKS, 12/1/2017

"THE RANDOMNESS OF DNA DOUBLE-STRAND BREAKS"
By: SHAWN FIROUZIAN
WHEN: 2PM, Friday, December 1, 2017
WHERE: MiraCosta College OC3607




SVETISLAV MARIC: APPLICATIONS OF NUMBER THEORY IN TELECOMMUNICATION SIGNAL DESIGN, 10/20/2017

MATH CLUB PRESENTS 
"APPLICATIONS OF NUMBER THEORY IN TELECOMMUNICATION SIGNAL DESIGN"
WITH A SPECIAL GUEST FROM UCSD DR. SVETISLAV MARIC 
WHEN: 2PM, Friday, October 20th, 2017
WHERE: MiraCosta College OC3607 

Come join Math Club and welcome Dr. Svetislav Maric as he shares with us a swath of knowledge regarding wireless communication Dr. Svetislav Maric got his Ph.D. degree from University of Rochester for his work in Frequency Hop Signal Design for multiuser spread spectrum communications. He worked as a Professor at City College of New York and later at Cambridge University in UK. Svetislav joined Qualcomm in 1999 where he worked on the development of the wireless systems physical layers starting from Globalstar to 3G UMTS Systems and MediaFLO. He joined UCSD Extension in 2016 where he is the Director for their Technology Programs. His main research areas are in applications of Number theory in frequency hopping and wireless systems in general, and he published more than 30 IEEE and IEE papers in this area. Why you should attend: “These informal lectures offer a much more relaxed setting in which students can learn interesting and exciting material, connect with other students of similar interests, and, meet professors they may take in the future while getting a brief glimpse into their lecturing style.” ​