Math Events

Events

  • MathCom
  • Student Research Seminar
  • Faculty Talks

Undergraduate Seminar 2019-2020:

Our first undergraduate presenter was Mr. Samundra Regmi. 

Mr. Regmi at talk

Dr. Argyros gives his opening

Pizza and math

front row ready

faculty support

"Jen" Yauheniya Shviadok presented on Semi-Local Convergence of Newton's Method.

Jen Shviadok

Pizza before the talk

Jen and Dr. Argyros

Faculty at talk

Listening with rapt attention

Students

Dr. Argyros speaking before presentation

CUMSS 2019-2020:

We started with Cameron's very own Dr. Muhammad Javed speaking about "Survivable IP-overWMD Networks:  Introduction, Challenges, and Some Solutions"

Dr. Javed at CUMSS

Attendance at the seminar:

Listening with rapt attention

Students

Dr. Shrestha presents Machine Learning and Non-Invasive Health Monitoring and Diagnosis

Dr. Shrestha

new concepts

Students in attendance

Paula Wyatt

Dr. Thapa

Undergraduate Research 2018-2019:

student research presenters

CUMSS 2018-2019:

Long Tran - Faculty math talk

students and Long Tran

Math Jeopardy

Jeopardy Participants

Fun with Math Jeopardy

Samundra and Michael creating magic with numbers

Meet our Mathmagician, Sanumdra and his assistant, Michael

Meet and Greet with Students and Faculty:

Dr. Argyros and students discussing math

Faculty and students at meet and greet

Prof. Sauer at meet and greet

Dr. Herring and Prof. Wyatt going over math

Faculty Seminar

Dr. Savic explaining concepts of math.Imagination and Math with Dr. Savicattentive attendeesLet's talk about math!!Studentt attendees

Dr. Adam Molnar

Dr. Molnar

Dr. Molnar

Discussing P Values

Mahesh Sunkula

Mahesh Sunkula

Mahesh Sunkula

Contact Information

Burch Hall, Room B001 
2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505
580.581.2481 Voice
580.581.2616 Fax
nthapa@cameron.edu