From October 23 to October 26, we are organizing a conference on renewable energy and climate change at the East-West center.
The website is at: http://apcmfi.org/fmfi2017/
You are all invited to come and attend lectures, registration (only $25) is not needed unless you would like to receive information, have a tag, come to the welcome party, coffee breaks, etc.
There will be also a poster presentation on the Tuesday from 3:30 to 5:30pm (several of our grad students have posters).
Putnam Math Competition
“The world’s toughest math contest”
Saturday December 2, starts at 8am.
Interested? Please sign up with Prof. Guerzhoy (email@example.com)
Putnam Practice Sessions
will be held
Wednesdays 4:00-6:00pm in Keller 402
starting September 20, 2017
These practice sessions will be coached by:
- • Prof. Pavel Guerzhoy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- • Prof. David Yuen (email@example.com)
- • Yuliia Kravchenko (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- • Alex Markovichenko (email@example.com)
who all have extensive experience with math contests.
Come learn problem solving skills! Enjoy hot malasadas! And other refreshments.
Please join us and make this year’s Putnam competition a successful one.
Spring 2017 saw the last MATH 373 class ever, as we transitioned to MATH 372 combining MATH 371 (probability) and 373 (statistics).
Final cohort MATH 373 students Tiffany Eulalio and Jake Koki’s term paper on apartment rental prices in Honolulu has been accepted for publication in undergraduate journal Manoa Horizons volume II.
Interested in private tutoring?
Here is a list of graduate students who are willing to tutor
Please contact them directly to make arrangements such as cost,
meeting time and place, etc. The Mathematics Department is not
responsible for these arrangements.