Current Year Schedule

The following 2021 -2022 schedule shows who will be leading the math circle session on a given day.

BAMA Talks Schedule

Date

Instructor

Topic

Handout

2/01/2022 Ami Radunskaya The Sound of Chaos: Perceiving Patterns  Handout
4/05 /2022 Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins Algebraic Starscapes  
       

San Jose Math Circle Online Schedule

Date

Instructor

Topic

Handout

1/28/2022 Raghu Subramanian Invariants Handout
2/04/2022 Raghu Subramanian Information Theory Handout
2/11/2022 Spencer Bowen Guessing Games  
2/18/2022 Joshua Zucker Unfriendly and friendly subsets  
2/25/2022 Alon Amit Probability Paradoxes  
3/04/2022 Spencer Bowen Queen’s Move (Wythoff’s Game) and the Golden Ratio Handout
3/11/2022 Spencer Bowen Stackup Handout 1
Handout 2
3/18/2022 Ted Alper Hall’s Matching Theorem  
3/25/2022 Raghu Subramanian Game Theory  
04/01/2022 Spring Break
4/08/2022 Gabriella A Pinter Bracing Architectural Structures  
4/15/2022 Gabriella A Pinter TBD  
4/22/2022 Alon Amit Problems about Knowledge  
4/29/2022 Lucian Sega Methods for Solving Algebraic Equations  
5/06/2022 Lucian Sega Systems of Equations  

 


Note:

Some topics have not yet been decided, hence the “TBD” = “To Be Determined”.

  • The  red highlighted dates are BAMA talks so there will be no SJMC meeting.
  • SJMC meetings take place regularly ONLINE on Fridays from 7:00PM to 9:00PM, unless noted otherwise.
  • If you’d like to see your name on this schedule page, as a leader of a circle session, contact us!
  • Handouts of past meetings will be posted as we receive them. If you have past handouts that you don’t see here, please let us know.
  • Read more about Russian-style circles.

The United Math Circles Foundation is the official umbrella organization for the San Jose Math Circle. The United Math Circles Foundation is a non-profit organization