Previous Events 

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Colloquium presents Swatee Naik and Christopher Stark, from the National Science Foundation.

Date: Friday, Nov 18, 2022

Naik and Stark are both Program Directors for the Division of Mathematical Sciences.

aerial view of the james river, a bridge, and downtown richmond virginia

Research Experience for Undergraduates May 31 - July 22, 2022

Date: Saturday, Jul 23, 2022

The REU will provide 8-10 undergraduates a hands-on introduction to computational research endeavors and improve their problem-solving, communication and computer programming skills.

geometry problems scrawled in chalk on a chalkboard

Richmond Geometry Festival 2022, May 27 - 28, 2022

Date: Friday, May 27, 2022

The Richmond Geometry Festival 2022 will take place online May 27-28, 2022. We hope you will join us for this new edition of an annual meeting that aims to focus on emergent research topics while bringing together specialists in two areas: low-dimensional topology and algebraic geometry.

george csicsery

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Colloquium presents George Csicsery from ZALA films

Date: Friday, Apr 8, 2022

Csicsery is an internationally renowned independent filmmaker and writer whose documentary films have illuminated the mathematics community.

heather russell

The Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics Colloquium presents Heather Russell, Ph.D., from University of Richmond

Date: Friday, Mar 18, 2022

Russell is a mathematician specializing in knot theory, combinatorial representation theory and graph theory.

elisabetta matsumoto

Knotty Knits: An Exploration of Math and Crafts

Date: Friday, Jan 28, 2022

Matsumoto is a physicist whose research focuses on the geometry and topology of soft materials. Her work spans the science of knitting, programmable matter, explorations of non-Euclidean spaces and more.