Fan Chung’s research has covered a broad spectrum of topics in combinatorics and graph theory. We will touch on several of these areas, including Ramsey theory, universal structures, spectral graph theory, quasi-random graphs, and general random graph theory.
This article deals with the life and times of Olga Taussky-Todd, the first female professor of mathematics at the California Institute of Technology, and her decades-long quest in Europe and the United States for a permanent academic position.
We take a moment to shine a light on the life of Dorothy Hoover, noteworthy for her contributions to mathematics and aeronautics during a time of significant barriers for women and minorities in the United States.
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A new section for 2019 whose articles discuss and highlight reports, surveys, trends, and the pivotal role education plays in STEM.
Math Societies to Lawmakers: Networks Critical in Our Interconnected World
Showcasing important mathematical discoveries that have taken place in national laboratories and agencies.
Your Favorite Field a Superpower?
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