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Upcoming Event

Thursday, September 1, 5:00-6:00 pm, in Avery 109: Talk by graduate student Jessalyn Bolkema

Errors, Eavesdroppers, and Enormous Matrices
Abstract. Join us for a tour of the mathematics of information security! Cryptography aims to protect information from malicious eavesdroppers. Coding theory aims to protect information from inadvertent errors - consequences of a noisy environment. These are two very different problems - but amazingly enough, solutions to one problem can be used to build solutions to the other. We'll talk through some fundamental principles and key ideas in both coding theory and cryptography, with an end goal of appreciating their intersection: the future of post-quantum security.

And, of course, PIZZA!

Previous Event

Thursday, March 31, at 5, in Avery 108: Course Preview
Come to our preview of the upper-level math courses to be offered in Fall 2016. The faculty teaching them will describe the course contents, format, prerequisites, and answer questions. Pizza served!

About Math Club

The Math Club is an umbrella organization for mathematics-related activities open to all UNL students. The Math Club sponsors events throughout the academic year in association with the Nebraska Alpha Chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon and the Women Undergraduates in Mathematics at Nebraska.

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Pi Mu Epsilon (ΠME)

Pi Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society that promotes scholarly activity in mathematics among students in academic institutions. UNL's Nebraska Alpha Chapter, founded in 1928, was the 15th chapter out of over 350 chapters around the country.

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