Interested in broadening your mathematical knowledge and sharpening your analytical thinking? Join the Fairfax Math Circle for exciting math talks and problem solving sessions hosted by the George Mason University. Speakers will include math professors and mathematicians from around the region. Topics include number theory, combinatorics, probability, geometry, and group theory.
During the academic year 2013-14, the Fairfax Math Circle will meet on Sunday afternoons from 2:00 to 4:00 pm in Exploratory Hall, room 4106 at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA 22030. We look forward to seeing you! Click here for directions.
The Math Circles community has three vital components: students, parents, and professional mathematicians. Working together, they learn from each other and collectively raise the mathematical consciousness of our society. We encourage parents to get involved and help the organizing committee to better help these young minds in achieving their goals.
Most classes are taught by Dr. Robert Sachs. Dr. Sachs was educated at Harvard (BA, applied math, summa cum laude) and at the Courant Institute at NYU (MS, PhD in Mathematics, advisor: J. Moser). He was an American Mathematical Society Postdoctoral Fellow and a Van Vleck Visiting Instructor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Before coming to George Mason University, he was an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park. At George Mason, he served as department chair for eight years and is currently Professor of Mathematics.
Dr. Nancy Levonian is the founding organizer of FMC, she remains active in its direction along with Julie Chung, President