Welcome to the 2019 Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Conference. This is our 36th consecutive conference, and we look forward to hosting you on the beautiful Rose-Hulman campus.
The vision for the Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is to provide a venue to highlight and celebrate the accomplishments and work of undergraduate mathematicians and statisticians. The conference is put on largely by undergraduates for undergraduates. The contributed student talks will cover an array of topics including pure mathematical theory, applied modeling, statistics, and data science.
In addition to the student talks and plenary sessions, we are offering a series of two hour short courses in conjunction with the conference. The short courses are presented by experts in the respective field, and are intended to be an introduction for undergraduates to the given area of mathematics. The short courses will happen on Friday afternoon of the conference. The courses are open to all registrants; there is no need to pre-register. You may decide which course, if any, to attend when you arrive.
Additional short courses are being arranged at present, check back for more options soon.