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About the JMM
The largest mathematics meeting in the world is heading back to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, one of the most photographed and visited areas of the city and one of the major seaports in the United States since the 1700's. The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and the American Mathematical Society (AMS) invite you to join them there for the next Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM). This will be the 97th annual winter meeting of MAA and the 120th annual meeting of AMS. The JMM will again host sessions by the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL), the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), the National Association for Mathematicians (NAM), and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).
What to Expect from this Meeting
Top features of this meeting are:
- a comprehensive and rich scientific program geared toward mathematicians of all ages and levels of expertise;
- featured lectures that will include the AMS Colloquium Lectures by Dusa McDuff; the AMS Gibbs Lecture by Andrew Blake; AMS Invited Addresses by Emmanuel Candès, Christopher Hacon, Paul Seidel, and Horng-Tzer Yau; MAA Invited Addresses by Michael Starbird, Jill Pipher, William Dunham, Sarah-Marie Belcastro, and Helaman and Claire Ferguson; the Porter Public Lecture by Eitan Grinspun of Columbia University; and the AMS Retiring Presidential Address by Eric Friedlander.
- recognition of numerous mathematical achievements through Prize and Award Ceremonies;
- courses such as the MAA Short Course, the AMS Short Course, and the MAA Minicourses;
- many activities for students including the Graduate School Fair for undergraduate students;
- poster sessions for young mathematicians and undergraduate students;
- employment opportunities at the Mathematical Sciences Employment Center;
- the Mathematical Art Exhibition that includes works by artists in various media;
- the Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Competition that showcases the brilliance of ten of the nation's best high school math students
- exhibits filled with some of the leading scientific publishers, well-known computer hardware and software manufacturers, well-known health and lifestyle companies, companies offering mathematics enrichment products, and professional organizations