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Polymath Jr at the 2023 JMM

The first ever in-person Polymath Jr event was a session at the 2023 Joint Mathematics Meetings. Thirteen Polymath Jr groups gave talks about their research results. It was wonderful to see so many impressive results by participants.

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Talks and presenters:

  • Free Resolutions of Modules over Polynomial and Hypersurface Rings
    • Zhenye Yang, University of California, Los Angeles

  • ​Tri-plane diagrams for simple surface knots

    • Wolfgang Joachim Allred, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    • Zack Dooley, Reed College

    • Alexander Goldman, Teacher of Math at Success Academy Charter Schools

    • Isaiah Alfred Martinez, California State University, Fresno

  • Small Ramsey Numbers using Gluing Methods

    • David James, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

    • Elisha Kahan, Yeshivah of Flatbush High School

    • Erik Rauer, University of Minnesota - Morris

  • Betti numbers and Axial constants of homogeneous ideals

    • Audric Lebovitz, University of Michigan

    • Mohamed Essam Lotfi Topala, Wagner College

    • Huiwen Lu, University of California, San Diego

  • Bounds on Simple Hexagonal Lattice and Classification of 11-stick Knots

    • ​Ari Benveniste, Pomona College
      Jiantong Liu, University of California, Los Angeles
      Ethan Sherman, Vanderbilt University

  • Exponentiated Symmetric Matrix Distributions: Formal Results and Intuitive Visualizations

    • Sean Cottrell, Michigan State University

    • Yi Roy Luo, Fudan University

  • Colorings of knots with symmetric union presentations

    • Ben Clingenpeel, Georgetown University

    • Eli Seamans, University of Rochester

  • Aspects of Kolmogorov complexity

    • Wanting Huang, University of Michigan

    • Sanat Shajan, Northeastern University

    • John E. Solak, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

    • Wenxuan Su, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

  • Investigations of v-palindromes and extensions to f -palindromes

    • Chris Bispels, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

    • Garam Choi, Colby College

  • Structure of Multilinear Ap Weights

    • Kenneth Stanford Powell, Liberty University

    • Klára Churá, Tufts University

  • Finding Ellipses: Blaschke products and their connection with Poncelet's theorem

    • Jia Guo, University of Michigan

    • Dianlun Luo, Columbia University

    • Zhuoyu Zhu, University of Michigan

  • ​Walking to Infinity on the Fibonacci Sequence

    • Fei Peng, National University of Singapore

  • Distinct Distances with ℓpℓp Metrics

    • Moaaz AlQady, University of Oregon

    • William Dudarov, University of Washington

    • Samuel Speas, University of California, Berkeley

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