Monthly Archives: August 2013

Math Software

Happy back-to-school, everyone! I hope you are enjoying the beginning of the academic year. One of the more interesting things from my school year thus far is learning to use Gambit in my game theory class. Gambit is an open-source … Continue reading

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My New Teaching Assistantship: iSTEM

This school year, I have a new teaching assistantship at the University of Central Florida. I am part of the Initiatives in STEM (iSTEM) program which includes the EXCEL and COMPASS programs at UCF. The goals of iSTEM are [1]: … Continue reading

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Odd Weird Numbers

Common intuition is a clandestine notion hidden behind the wall of mathematical formalism.  Elaborate systems that dispose of specification in favor of complete abstraction are merely derived from basic understanding.   Axiomatic truths build elegant mathematical structures layered by bricks of … Continue reading

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Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)

Here’s a new Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) supported by NSF.  I think Math PhD candidates may have interest in it. Application Deadline(s) (received by 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time): November 05, 2013 Mathematical Sciences; Chemistry; Physics and Astronomy General Information … Continue reading

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Crossword Puzzle 22

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