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Namm Hall 711 (N-711)
Brooklyn, NY 11201


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Mathematics Newsletter

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Mathematics Seminar Series

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Mathematics and Physics Colloquium

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Center for Logic, Algebra and Computation Seminar Series

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New York Women in Mathematics and Computing

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Previous News & Events

Mathemathics Seminar - December 10th 2009

1:00-2:00pm, Namm Hall Room 723
"Teaching Applied Mathematics at City Tech" Presentation by Professor Jonathan Notov. Free Event. Seating Limited. For more information call: 718.260.5380.

Center fo Logic Algebra Computation Seminar - December 8th 2009

11:45-1:00pm, Namm Hall Room 718
Dr. Gerhard Rosenberger, Technische Universitat Dortmund (German) presentation on "Asymptotic Densities and Generic Properties in Finitely Generated Groups." Free Event. For more information call: 718.260 5780 or visit

Conference for Women in Mathematics

The 2nd Conference for Women in Mathematics (New York) Interdisciplinary Research in Logic, group Theory, and Theoretical Computer Science. More Info

3rd Annual City Tech Research Conference

The City Tech Research Conference is a forum for faculty and students to present their research and other scholarly works. On Friday, March 27, the whole day is devoted to faculty presentations; student research will be presented on May 8th (announcement will follow). The conference aims to cover the following topics: African American Studies, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, English, Humanities, Mathematics, Physics and Social Sciences, Engineering, Health fields, Professional Studies, Law, Human Services, Architecture & Design-related fields, Advertising & Graphic Arts, Business-related fields, and others. The conference is open to all faculty, staff and students; admission is free.
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