IPC@UMBC Registration and Local Information
The Infinite Possibilities Conference 2012
(IPC) will be held at the
University of Maryland Baltimore County
(UMBC) on Friday and Saturday March 30-31, 2012.
IPC is a national conference designed
to promote, educate, encourage and support minority women interested in
mathematics and statistics.
IPC 2012 is co-hosted by
Building Diversity in Science and UMBC. The conference
is the recipient of generous
financial support from the
National Science Foundation, the
National Security Agency, and the
UMBC Mathematics and Statistics Department.
IPC 2012 and the NSF-sponsored Mathematical Sciences Institutes will also
offer a Short Course on Mathematical Biology for IPC paricipants on
Thursday March 29th.
The Dr. Etta Z. Falconer Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday evening.
Conference Registration Forms
To register fill out ONE of the following registration forms.
Conference attendees are also encouraged to submit abstracts for research talks (see below).
- Abstract Submission Form
- Conference attendees are encouraged to submit abstracts for research talks.
- Talks are welcome in any area of mathematics or mathematical sciences, including the teaching and learning of mathematics.
Conference Registration Fee
- The conference registration fees can be paid at IPC2012.
- Student Travel Support Deadline: Jan. 27th, 2012
- Abstracts: Jan. 27th, 2012
- Early Bird Registration Deadline: Jan. 27th, 2012
- Final Registration Deadline: Feb. 24th, 2012
IPC@UMBC Local Organizing Committee
- Sue Minkoff, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Department
(Chair of Local Organizing Committee)
- Janet Rutledge, Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate School
- Nagaraj Neerchal, Chairman and Professor,
Mathematics and Statistics Department
- Yi Huang, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Department
- Dohwan Park, Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Department
- Manil Suri, Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Department
- Renetta Tull, Assistant Dean for Graduate Student Development and Director
of PROMISE: Maryland Alliance for Graduate Education
- John Zweck, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Department