Math Newsletter: Fall 2021
Recently, Mamie Powers '22 (above), double major in mathematics and Russian, was selected to participate in the annual flagship student hackathon. See story below.
The semiannual Bryn Mawr Math Newsletter includes recent departmental news and photographs.
Mamie Powers '22 Participates in Annual Russian Flagship Hackathon
"I have always enjoyed math, and using those skills, I have found it very interesting how mathematical language can be when you break it down, helping me with my passion for language learning," says Russian and mathematics double major Mamie Powers '22. Click here to read more.
Despite the conitnued pandemic, mathematics majors were able to participate in a wide variety of internships this fall. Here are some of their stories.
Hyo Sun (Charlotte) Park '23 Conducts Research at Ewha Womans University
"We have been analyzing the black hole data, but instead of using real data obtained from an observatory, we are using simulated data taken from a cosmological simulation," says the physics and mathematics double major. Click here to read more.
Nigina Daniyarova '22 at Adobe Inc.
"It is a very exciting opportunity to work on something that might be released one day," writes the computer science and math double major. Click here to read more.
Tova Just '23 at QuantaVerse
"I was attracted to this internship not just because I find data science fascinating and valuable, but also because QuantaVerse’s mission to fight global financial crime aligns with my desire to help create a better world," says the mathematics and computer science double major. Click here to read more.
Foqia Shahid '23 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Geometry processing is a relatively new but vastly growing field of research. I was curious to see what kind of work was being done by researchers in the field," writes the mathematics and computer science double-major. Click here to read more.
Shiksha Pandey '22 at Summer Student at CERN
"I’m interested in high energy physics and at Bryn Mawr, I have worked with Professor Michael Schulz in projects in high energy theory. So I thought it would be great to work on a computational or experimental project in that field," writes the physics and mathematics double-major. Click here to read more.
América Nájera '22 as a Research Intern at Bryn Mawr College
"My relationship with Professor Cheng is my favorite part of this experience because it has shown me the importance of building relationships with people who want to support you in any way they can," says the mathematics and economics double major. Click here to read more.
Tino Nguruve '22 at PIMCO Software Engineering
"I was curious to know the day-to-day work of a full-time engineer before I graduated college and PIMCO gave me the opportunity to work with the core engineering team as well as the business team." Click here to read more.
- Hemlata Sharma '22, Amazon in Seattle
- Zaynab Ghazi '22, Facebook, Inc.
- Miranda Kong '22, Department of Physics and Astronomy Haverford College
- Ziqi He '23, Digital Technology Summer Intern at Bryn Mawr
- Professor of Mathematics Leslie Cheng publishes "Generalized Littlewood-Paley Functions on Product Spaces."
- Research Associate in Mathematics William Dunham publishes "Euler and the Cubic Basel Problem."
- Associate Professor of Mathematics Djordje Milićević publishes "Nonvanishing of Dirichlet L-functions, II."