University of Nebraska-Lincoln, April 20-21, 2018
The Central States Mathematics Undergraduate Research conferences is a celebration of research in mathematics performed by undergraduate students. The 2018 conference marks the fourth installment in this series and will take place at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on April 20-21, 2018. Previous CeSMUR conferences were hosted by Kansas State (2015, 2017) and Truman State (2016). We invite all interested students to attend this conference and give presentations by registering below.
All Conference attendees must register online by filling out the registration form below by March 20, 2018. Please submit an abstract with your registration if you intend to give a presentation.
Registration is now closed.
- Prof. Carina Curto, Pennsylvania State University
- Prof. Michael Young, Iowa State University
Invited graduate students
- Aaron Calderon, Yale University
- Keely Grossnickle, Kansas State University
- Carrie Frizzell, Kansas State University
- Erica Musgrave, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- George Nasr, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- Emma Reid, Purdue University
This Conference is generously supported by the National Science Foundation grant DMS-1811000, the UNL Research Council, the UNL Faculty Senate and Pi Mu Epsilon.
Funding is available to support the travel and lodging expenses of conference participants, with preference given to those participants giving presentations. These funds will be given out on a rolling basis.
The conference will start at 1pm on Friday afternoon, April 20 and will end by 5 pm on Saturday, April 21st.
A full schedule can be downloaded here .
LocationThe plenary lecture and all talks will take place in Avery Hall and Jorgensen Hall on the UNL city campus.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Embassy Suites hotel. The organizers will arrange accommodation for funded participants.
ContactContact Alexandra Seceleanu with any questions regarding the conference.
- Richard Rebarber and Alexandra Seceleanu (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
- Marianne Korten, Sarah Reznikoff, and David Yetter (Kansas State University)