Welcome to TAMU Math Circle 2016-2017!

IMG_2338 IMG_2333 We meet at the second floor of the Blocker Building, Room 220, on the Texas A&M Campus from 2:00 to 4:00 pm on Saturdays. New to this year, there will be an optional problem-solving session following the standard math circle activities.

The next meeting will be on September 17, 2016. Registration is now open!

Math circle schedule:

2-4 pm – Weekly interactive activities.

4-5 pm – Problem solving session (optional):

  • Professor Zhizhang Xie, Advanced Problem Solving, 4-5pm,
  • Professor Guoliang Yu, Intermediate Problem Solving, 4-5pm,
  • Dr. Kun Wang, Beginner Problem Solving, 4-5pm.
DateBeginnerIntermediate Advanced
9/17/16 Ola Sobieska Dr. Ali Bicer & Dr. Sandra Nite Philip Yasskin
Even and Odd Numbers Dilutions Axiomatic Finite Geometries
9/24/16 Philip Yasskin Philip Yasskin Maurice Rojas
Trapezoid Numbers Trapezoid Numbers Gift Boxes, Mongoose in the Middle, and Secret Codes
10/1/16 David Kerr Riad Masri Zoran Sunic
10/8/16 Dr. Robert Capraro Dr. Mary Margaret Capraro Dr. Luciana Barroso & Dr. Sandra Nite
TBD Locker Problem, Aeithmagons, Magic Squares TBD

The TAMU Math Circle would like to thank The National Science Foundation, The Mary P. Dolciani Halloran Foundation, The Texas A&M University Math Department, and The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute for all of their support.