BMC looking to begin its second year

The Boise Math Circle is for local middle and high school students looking to connect with with the creative side of mathematics. We go outside many standard curriculums to explore fun and challenging topics. The goal is to give our participants little hints of modern math research and its applications.

If you are curious about interacting with more math, then apply to join us! You can find a lot more information as well as an application form on our web site: boisemathcircles.org.

Our first meeting is scheduled for September 19.

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Boise Math Teachers’ Circle

The Boise Math Teachers’ Circle held its first annual workshop in the last three days of July. The Circle joins together talented and interested local teachers with BSU faculty to participate in an environment of mathematical discovery.

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The TVC and metric structures

Second Vaught’s conjecture workshop, Berkeley, June 2015 (slides) Read More »

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On generalizations of separating and splitting families

With Daniel Condon, Luke Serafin, and Cody Stockdale. (arχiv) Read More »

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López-Escobar’s theorem for metric structures

Boise Set Theory Seminar, April 8 from 3 to 4pm Read More »

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Introduction to continuous logic

Boise Set Theory Seminar, March 4 from 3 to 4pm Read More »

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