Mathematics, Computer Sciences, and Engineering Presentation Opportunities
Association for Computing Machinery Student Research Competition
The ACM Student Research Competition (SRC), sponsored by Microsoft Research, offers a unique forum for undergraduate and graduate students to present their original research at well-known ACM sponsored and co-sponsored conferences before a panel of judges and attendees.
Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges
The CCSC holds several regional conferences each year. Undergraduate students are invited to attend and present.
Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
The HRUMC is a one-day mathematics conference held annually each spring semester at rotating institutions, and attended by students & faculty from various universities, colleges, & community colleges. The goal of the HRUMC is to provide undergraduates with the experience of attending and/or presenting at a professional mathematics meeting designed primarily with the student in mind.
Joint Mathematical Meetings (Mathematical Association of America/American Mathematical Society)
The Joint Mathematical Meetings of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) are held every January and feature oral and poster presentations by undergraduates.
Mathematical Association of America Mathfest
The annual summer meeting of the Mathematical Association of America is the premier summertime event in mathematics. The meeting offers a substantial mathematical program that promises to be fascinating, informative, and productive. In keeping with the less formal summer season there are also many opportunities to enjoy mathematics and to have fun with it. There is a call for both graduate and undergraduate student papers at this meeting as well as special events just for students.
Mathematical Association of America Michigan Section Meeting
Undergraduates are invited to attend and to give presentations.
Michigan Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (MUMC)
Hosted each fall at a Michigan college or university, this conference provides a forum for students to present their research or other topics of mathematical interest. The conference also includes a keynote address and opportunities to find out about graduate school and career options available to mathematics majors.
Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics
The Conference is open to outstanding undergraduate women mathematicians at all stages of their careers. Students will have the opportunity to meet other women who share their interest in the mathematical sciences, and those who have already done research will be given an opportunity to present their results.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Conference on Undergraduate Mathematics
The goal of the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Conference on Undergraduate Mathematics is to spotlight and celebrate the accomplishments and work of undergraduate mathematicians. We typically invite three talks from professional mathematicians, but all other talks are contributed by undergraduate students on mathematical topics. Appropriate material for contributed talks runs the gamut from challenging class projects to expository talks on interesting mathematical topics to work done with a faculty member or research done in an REU.
Young Mathematicians Conference
The Young Mathematicians Conference (YMC) is a series of national annual conferences for undergraduate student researchers in mathematics. Presentations by students of their results and discoveries in talks and poster presentations, as well as discuss research ideas and experiences with their peers are at the center of conference program.
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