Toward the end of the Fall 2018 semester
Fall 2018, I have spent my semester at the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics, or ICERM. I longingly await my homecoming to UWEC for Spring 2019. 💙💛 En route, I will attend Imaginary Conference 18 in Montevideo, where I will give a talk on computing and printing my algebraic surface gallery, as well as one at the local math department.
I've been at a semester long program on Nonlinear Algebra, and I spoke twice (Real Numerical, and Multiprecision), organized a Wikipedia editathon of modest success, led a 4-session Git training attended by 16 people, and participated in all four week-long workshops, in addition to research and teaching.
At ICERM for a semester on Nonlinear Algebra!
In Fall 2018, I will spend my semester at the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics, or ICERM. Specifically, they have a semester long program on Nonlinear Algebra, and I will speak twice, as well as participate in all four week-long workshops, in addition to research between and during workshops.
- The first workshop, the Nonlinear Algebra Bootcamp. I present on real computations.
- Workshop the second, on Core Computational Methods. I will present on Multiprecision.
- In October, workshop three, Real Algebraic Geometry and Optimization. I will participate.
- The final workshop, in November, Nonlinear Algebra in Applications. I will participate.
I am grateful for the opportunity and invitation to participate, as well as for the permission to be absent from my home institution for the semester -- though I am teaching online, so I am still fully employed.