The tenth annual Western Washington Community College Student Mathematics Conference will take place Saturday, February 20, 2016, on the campus of Edmonds Community College.

Students from around the region will present brief talks about interesting mathematical topics they’re studying, both inside and outside of their classes.

Invited guest speaker Fritz Klein, from the Applied Mathematics Group at The Boeing Co., will discuss problems in geometry and optimization that arise in the design and production of airplanes and spacecraft, and explain how Boeing mathematicians work with their engineering colleagues.

There is no registration fee and a (free) lunch will be provided. Check-in begins at 9:45 a.m., with presentations getting underway at 10:15 a.m. The event will conclude around 3:00 p.m.

Please view the program for further details.


Registration is now closed.


The conference takes place in Room 212 of Snoqualmie Hall on the Edmonds Community College campus.

After arriving on campus at the 200th Street entrance, Snoqualmie Hall will be the first building on your left. Campus parking is free and requires no permits on Saturdays.


Send an e-mail to: wwccsmc@gmail.com