Della Pietra High School Applied Math Program
The Long Island Mathematics Circle
The program is designed for students who wish to enrich their knowledge of mathematics.
Spring Semester: January 31, February 7, 14, 28, March 7, 21, April 11, 25
Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program is full Cost:
$300 per semester or $525 for the year
Director: David Kahn Eligibility:
Students must be sophomores, juniors, or seniors in 2014-2015 academic year
Hours: Saturdays, 10:30 am to 1:30 pm Location: All classes will be on the Stony Brook University campus
During a typical semester, students will explore several branches of applied mathematics, such as:
- Game Theory
- The mathematics of puzzles and games
- Computer modeling
- An introduction to the mathematics of finance
In addition students will learn to use EXCEL and/or MAPLE, a invaluable tools for anyone who is interested in studying Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Economics at the college level or beyond.
What is a Math Circle?
A mathematics circle is an innovative and exciting way for students and professors to come together to learn mathematics, explore new topics, interact with other students who share their interest in mathematics, and have fun. There are mathematics circles all over the world and now there is one in Stony Brook University!
How does it work?
Students will come to Stony Brook University on Saturdays for a three hour program where they will explore a variety of mathematical areas that will teach them about applied mathematics. They will work individually or in groups on projects that will further their understanding of the topic.
For additional information or questions, please call (631-632-9750) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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