The current people that help keep the San Jose Math Circle up and running are, first of all, our session leaders, and then the following:
Directors of SJMC:
Tom Davis and Tatiana Shubin
) competed for Caltech in the Putnam math contest. He applied his Stanford PhD in Math at Silicon Graphics for 16 years. His main interest is in geometry but unfortunately his main abilities lie in logic, the theory of computation, and in mathematical analysis. Tom also has a number of math circle handouts you may view at www.geometer.org/mathcircles
) won the All-Siberian Math Olympiad when she was in the seventh grade. Her B.S. is from Moscow State University (Russia), and her PhD is from UC Santa Barbara. She served for 6 years as the California State Director of AMC-8, then became a co-founder of the Bay Area Math Adventures (BAMA
), and has been on the BAMA steering committee ever since.
(paul [at] craciunoiu[dot]net) is a website administrator for the San Jose Math Circle. He was a student at SJSU from 2006-2008 and is now pursuing a Computer Science Bachelor's at UC Santa Cruz. He has competed in the Putnam math contest in 2006, and enjoys problem solving of many different kinds. Mathematics has been his passion throughout middle and high school, and he is very happy to be part of this math circle. He has also worked for the circle as a student assistant for the year 2007-2008.