The Department of Mathematics at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, invites applications for two Whyburn Research Associate and Lecturer postdoctoral positions.Descriptions »
Three of the six Math MAA Distinguished Lecturers 2022-2023 have UVA connections: Karen Parshall, Commonwealth Professor of Mathematics and History; Ken Ono, Chairman and Rosenblum Professor of Mathematics; and Della Dumbaugh, Professor of Mathematics from University of Richmond and 1994 UVA Math PhD.
“Dr. Ken Ono says his greatest strength is his curiosity. That curiosity has taken him to the 100 year-old manuscripts of Srinivasa Ramanujan, to the US Olympic swimming team, to astronomical queries into black holes and even to Hollywood. Tune in to hear more about those adventures and why Dr. Ono says theoretical math is an art form.”
UVA Today assembled a profile about Spencer Martin, co-winner of the 2022 MacShane Prize. Congratulations to Spencer and his DMP thesis advisor, Valia Gazaki.
Two of our graduate students have been awarded Jefferson Fellowships for next year. Nhan Nguyen is the first recipient of the Roselle-Huneke Award in Mathematics (similar to the usual Dissertation Fellowships, but specifically for mathematics students), and Jiajun Yan is one of the first cohort of GSAS Jefferson Fellows, who are supported with a fellowship in their final year of the PhD program, and then spend one postdoctoral year working with the Engagements program.
Martin Hairer will visit the department in the period November 28 – December 3. He will deliver the Fall 2022 installment of our VML series which will consist of 3 lectures on November 29, 30 and December 1. Details TBA.
UVA Mathematics and UVA Physics, in cooperation with UVA Departments of Women, Gender and Sexuality, Department of History, and College of Arts and Sciences, are delighted to host a performance of “Diving into Math with Emmy Noether”.
Final Exercises ceremony for Department of Mathematics will be on Saturday, May 21, 2022 in Warner Hall (previously named Maury Hall), Room 209 (12:00 - 1:30 p.m.)
Update. due to forecasted heat on Saturday, we are using the inclement weather location.
The lectures will be in-person, and they will be preceded by the Workshop on Categorical Methods in Representation Theory and Quantum Topology.