The sixteenth Western Washington Community College Student Mathematics Conference will take place on Saturday, February 25, 2023, at Edmonds College. Our keynote speaker is Prof. Max Lieblich from the University of Washington Department of Mathematics, who will talk about “Algebraic Geometry and Computer Vision.”
Registration is completely free and any interested students (and faculty) can register using the this form:
Students who register may also enroll in the conference WAMAP course (Course ID: 11649, no enrollment key required).
Directions: The conference will take place in Room 309 of Hazel Miller Hall on the Edmonds College campus (20000 68th Ave W, Lynnwood WA). Using the campus entrance at 200th St SW and 68th Ave W, park in Lot E or Lot B on your left. Hazel Miller Hall will be to the west, just beyond Snoqualmie Hall.
Parking: Although permits are required at all times, Edmonds College campus security has assured us that cars parked in Lots B and E on Saturday will not be ticketed, so please make sure you park in one of those lots.
Check-in: Enter Hazel Miller Hall through the east door and proceed up the stairs to the third floor (or down the long hallway to the elevator and then to the third floor) to find the check-in desk, where you can sign in and pick up your name tag. Check-in will open at 9:30 a.m. and some light breakfast refreshments will be available at that time.
Sessions: The conference will get underway at 10:00 a.m. We have 10 student presentations on the schedule along with our keynote speaker, Prof. Max Lieblich from the University of Washington. We expect the conference to wrap up around 2:30 p.m.
Lunch: Pizza and beverages will be provided free of charge for lunch. We will also endeavor to have a few vegan-friendly alternatives available, but if you have special dietary restrictions we encourage you to pack a lunch just in case.
Health and Safety: Edmonds College does not currently require masking for visitors, but we do encourage everyone to wear masks when possible. If you are feeling unwell the day of the event, please stay home to protect yourself and others.
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