The Rose-Hulman conference has from its inception been focused on
undergraduates presenting their mathematical findings. Topics across
the mathematical landscape are encouraged and supported, and we aim to
provide a pleasant atmosphere in which students can initiate their
foray into mathematical presentation. All talks except for the
plenaries are presented by undergraduates, for undergraduates, and
(largely) to undergraduates. Each session is chaired by an undergraduate.
All speakers must register for the conference to give a talk, and talks are
submitted on the registration page. Speakers
may want to see some guidelines.
- Each talk receives 20 minutes and is part of a session of
- Talks are given in parallel sessions throughout the conference.