|A Mathematician Confronts March Madness|
|Published Date: 2017-03-16|
Emory mathematician and basketball fan, Ken Ono, selects the most interesting number related to March Madness. Read more about it in the New Yorker at here
|Emory Magazine: Mary Galinski - Malaria Math: Using big data to study malarial resistance|
|Published Date: 2016-12-13|
Dr. Mary Galinski was recently featured in the Emory Magazine. The article showcases the Emory research team's effort to understand immune response to malaria. Read more about it at here.
|The Math/CS Department is Hiring!|
|Published Date: 2016-12-01|
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has several openings for faculty positions to begin in Fall 2017. Areas of interest include: Science Cluster Tenure Track; Science Cluster Lecture Track; Tenure Track, Assistant Professor in Data Exploration; Math Lecturer; and CS Lecturer.
Please find all position details in the links. Applications will only be accepted through Interfolio. If you have questions on the process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Students Attend Grace Hopper Conference|
|Published Date: 2016-11-03|
In October, twenty-one undergraduates and graduates represented The Department of Math and Computer Science at this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Houston, Texas. The gathering was attended by 15,000 people unified by their motivation to support diversity in STEM fields. Jamelia Mays, a junior at Emory majoring in Math and Computer Science: “The Grace Hopper Conference was an amazing experience. This year was my first time attending and I was overwhelmed by the sheer number of women in technology that surrounded me from the moment I walked into the door. I learned so much from other students and engineers that I wouldn't have learned anywhere else. I am so grateful to have an even bigger support system of strong, inspiring, successful women to reach out to.”Learn more about the conference here.
|Dr. Ken Ono to speak at the White House|
|Published Date: 2016-10-27|
Emory Number Theorist Ken Ono is speaking this Friday at the White House in an event called "Math and Movies". The event will be streamed live (https://www.whitehouse.gov/live). Ken will be speaking with actor Jeremy Irons on the importance of STEM education and their film "The Man Who Knew Infinity".
|Ken Ono featured on Neil deGrasse Tyson's Star Talk television program|
|Published Date: 2016-10-19|
Emory number theorist Ken Ono is a featured studio guest on Neil deGrasse Tyson's National Geographic television program Star Talk. Ono appears in the show along with Bill Nye The Science Guy, comedian Eugene Mirman, actor Jeremy Irons, and writer Matt Brown. Enjoy a teaser from the forthcoming show in which Ono talks about pi. You can see the clip here.
|Ethan Alwaise Wins Goldwater Scholarship|
|Published Date: 2016-09-23|
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science wish to congratulate Ethan Alwaise on winning the Goldwater Scholarship. Ethan is one of 252 recipients from a pool of 1,150 applicants for the 2016-2017 year. Ethan was unaware that he had won until he received an email from Assistant Professor David Zureick-Brown that read, "Dude, you rock!" Read more about it here.
|IceCTF 2016 Security Competition|
|Published Date: 2016-08-24|
The Math&CS department is one of the sponsors of the IceCTF 2016 security competitions. It has become among the most popular online capture-the-flag contests in information security, with more than 2700 registered users solving a smorgasbord of 55+ cryptography, web vulnerabilities, reverse engineering, binary exploitation and other challenges. "This is a platform where anyone can pick up new security skills, tools and ideas, whether they are newcomers or advanced security professionals." says Prof. Vigfusson, one of the organizers of IceCTF. "It is truly exciting to see the competition grow every year, and many of the participants are telling us that they are having a great time." The competition runs from August 12-26 and is open for anyone at http://www.icec.tf/ The scoreboard is here.