## MATH UN3952

Undergraduate Seminars II

Spring 2022

http://www.math.columbia.edu/~bayer/S22/Seminar

CourseWorks Course Page

Dave Bayer

Email

Office Hours

Directory of Classes |
Spring 2022 Mathematics |
MATH UN3952

CourseWorks

Student Services Online

### Tilings - Raymond Cheng

#### Fridays 1:00pm - 3:00pm

507 Mathematics

rcheng@math.columbia.edu

Raymond Cheng

Tilings (Section page)

### Random Walks and the Heat Equation - Hindy Drillick

#### Wednesdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

622 Mathematics

hindy.drillick@columbia.edu

Hindy Drillick

Random Walks and the Heat Equation (Section page)

### Combinatorics - Emily Saunders

#### Thursdays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

528 Mathematics

esaunders@math.columbia.edu

Emily Saunders

Syllabus

### Dessins d'enfants - Robin Zhang

#### Mondays 4:00pm - 6:00pm

622 Mathematics

rz2402@columbia.edu

Robin Zhang

Dessins d'enfants (Section page)

### History of Mathematics - Dave Bayer

#### Tuesdays, 7:30pm - 9:30pm

507 Mathematics

(Seminar is full)

Dave Bayer

Email

Office Hours

History of Mathematics (Section page)

### Organizational Meeting

#### Wednesday, January 19, 2022

7:30 pm to 8:45 pm Eastern Time

Zoom

Here is the announcement for the organizational meeting that we held on January 19:

This is a message regarding Math UN3952 - Undergraduate Seminars II. There will be an organizational meeting this Wednesday evening:

Organizational Meeting
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
7:30 pm to 8:45 pm Eastern Time

Zoom

We will have a Zoom organizational meeting on Wednesday, January 19 from 7:30 pm to 8:45 pm. It is important that anyone interested in taking an undergraduate seminar attend this meeting. At this meeting, we will present the seminar topics and fix meeting times for the seminars.

There will be a choice of five seminars. Each seminar will meet once a week for two hours, at a mutually convenient time for the participants.

If you cannot attend this organizational meeting, contact me as soon as possible, to participate in the survey for determining meeting times.

Please see the course web page for further information:

http://www.math.columbia.edu/~bayer/S22/Seminar

Thanks,

Dave Bayer

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