Category Archives: BAMA

2018-2019 BAMA 3 Talk at Santa Clara University

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When: January 25, 2019, Friday at 7:30pm

Where: Santa Clara University, Daly Science Building, Room 207

Speaker: Marion Campisi

Topic: Space Farming and the Euler Characteristic

On Friday, January 25, 2019, we have a BAMA meeting instead of a regular math circle. Marion Campisi will give a talk on Space Farming and the Euler Characteristic. This talk will be held on the Santa Clara University campus, in the Daly Science Building, Room 207. This lecture is free and open to the public. All San Jose Math Circle students are expected to attend the BAMA lecture; there will be no meeting on the SJSU MacQuarrie Hall (MH) this week.

Details about the talk, directions and parking information are available at this link. If you park in the parking structure there is a fee for parking.

2018-2019 BAMA 2 Talk at San Jose State University

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When: December 7, 2018, Friday at 7:30pm

Where: San Jose State University, Science Building, Room 142

Speaker: Sergei Tabachnikov

Topic: Geometry of Equations

On Friday, December 7, 2018, we have a BAMA meeting instead of a regular math circle. Sergei Tabachnikov will give a talk on geometry of Equations. This talk will be held on the San Jose State University campus, in the Science Building, Room 142. This lecture is free and open to the public. All San Jose Math Circle students are expected to attend the BAMA lecture; there will be no meeting on the SJSU MacQuarrie Hall (MH) this week.

Details about the talk, directions and parking information are available at this link. If you park in the parking structure there is a fee for parking.

2018-2019 BAMA 1 Talk at San Jose State University

Details

When: October 12, 2018, Friday at 7:30pm

Where: San Jose State University, Science Building, Room 142

Speaker: Scott Kim

Topic: Turning Math into a Game

On Friday, October 12, we have a BAMA meeting instead of a regular math circle. Scott Kim will give a talk on Turning Math into a Game. This talk will be held on the San Jose State University campus, in the Science Building, Room 142. This lecture is free and open to the public. All San Jose Math Circle students are expected to attend the BAMA lecture; there will be no meeting on the SJSU MacQuarrie Hall (MH) this week.

Details about the talk, directions and parking information are available at this link. If you park in the parking structure there is a fee for parking.