|9:15–9:30||Welcome and Opening Remarks|
|9:30–10:30||Keynote Address: Stefan Erickson, Colorado College
Title: Cryptography in The Computer Age: How To Use Number Theory To Take Over The World
|10:40–11:55||Student Presentations in Parallel Sessions (15 minutes each, with 5 minutes between talks)|
|12:00–1:00||Lunch—free for all registered participants
(Vegetarian options available)
|1:00–2:00||Panel Presentation: Beyond an Undergraduate Mathematics Degree|
|2:00–4:30||Student Presentations in Parallel Sessions (15 minutes each, with 5 minutes between talks)|
|4:30||Closing Remarks and Door Prizes|
All morning sessions, including registration, will occur in the University Center. Please go there first, and pick up your conference materials before 9:15 AM.
Parking on the UCCS campus is free on weekends — no permit is required.
The most convenient lots are parking garage, and lots 3 and 4 on the south side of campus, or lot D on the north side of campus.
(See UCCS Campus map).
The conference has limited funding available to reimburse participants for travel (mileage) and housing. Requests for reimbursement (including hotel receipts) will be collected at the conference. The amount that we can reimburse will depend on the number of requests we receive; priority will be given to student presenters. Since we cannot guarantee full travel funding, we recommend participants to seek funding from their home institutions.
Attendees from out of town are responsible for making their own hotel arrangements. Here is a link to hotel information.
February tends to be a busy month in Colorado Springs, so if you are staying overnight please make your hotel reservations early!
Need more information? Talk with a mathematics faculty member at your school, or contact Dr. Barbara Prinari.
Generous support for PPRUMC 2014 from MAA is gratefully acknowledged.