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Temple Math Club is an active club within Temple University, which organizes weekly events on Thursdays 5:00 PM to 6 PM (currently via Zoom). Any undergraduate, graduate, faculty, or staff member may attend these meetings and collaborations with other organizations are always welcome!
The mission of the Math Club at Temple University is to build a scholarly community of students and faculty with a passion for mathematics and to popularize this field through a series of activities promoting appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. To join or enjoy the Math Club one does not need to be the next Euler or Archimedes; one must simply have the interest and ability to find the fun in logic.
We invite speakers (undergraduates, graduates, and faculty) from the University and surrounding institutions to present on various mathematics and applied science fields with the hope to inspire our math, science, engineering majors and all other math enthusiasts. We also offer professional development opportunities within the field of mathematics. We organize events outside of campus, such as watching Math/Science movies, and with other organizations.
Club officers:
Faculty Advisors:
Director of Undergraduate Studies:
Graduate Student Advisor:
You may contact the club through the president, Ben Aron, at israel.aron@temple.edu
Join us for general tips on taking the GRE (subject and general) and advice on problem solving. We will also be doing some practice problems!
Anya Minasyan
In order for knowledgeto be passed down, it must be taught and learned. How can the methods andrealities of Math education of the past share insight into the reasoning behindour current systems, from in the classroom learning in primary school touniversity professors splitting their time between research and teaching?During this presentation, we will try to find some answers to this question bylooking into math scholars and practices of ancient Greece, Egypt, andmore.
This week, we will be doing some weekly challenge problems in Python! Along the way, we will learn a little about how to code and how to use Python.
Join us on Zoom for a panel of Temple mathematics alumni who will be speaking to their post-graduate experiences. Come prepared to ask any questions you may have for them!
ZOOM LINK: https://temple.zoom.us/j/9198996234
James Rosado
In this talk I will bepresenting the mathematics involved in realizing a neuron in virtual realityundergoing Hodgkin-Huxley type electrical propagation in real-time.
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