Fall 2016 Math Mornings 

Enigma lectureLecture about the "Enigma" cipher machines used by the German Armed Forces to safeguard their communications during World War II. An actual WWIIera Enigma machine will be on display. Audience members are invited to handle it, ask questions and learn how it works. By David Saltman, Center for Communications Research Princeton, Institute for Defense Analysis. Wednesday, September 28, 2016, 4:155:15 pm in LOM 215. 

Math Mornings resumes for Fall 2016The Math Mornings outreach lecture series for local families and students resumes this fall with three lectures, by Asher Auel (Oct 16), Tarik Aougab (Nov 6) and Jessi Cisewski (Nov 13). See math.yale.edu/mathmornings for more details, and videos of previous lectures. 

Calculus advising and preregistrationCalculus advising and preregistration 

Welcome Professor Zhiwei Yun 

Congratulations to Kyle Luh for winning a Prize Teaching FellowshipCongratulations to Kyle Luh for winning a Prize Teaching Fellowship (he won previously in 2013) 

Yair Minsky designated the Einar Hille Professor of Mathematics 

2016 Richard Brodhead Prize for teaching excellenceCongratulations to Miki Havlickova! 

Mathematics PrizesThe Barge Prizes & the John Alan Lewis Prize 
Mailing Address 
Contact Information 
Yale University Mathematics Dept. PO Box 208283 New Haven, CT 065208283 Deliveries: 442 Dunham Lab 10 Hillhouse Ave. New Haven, CT 06511 Directions for getting to the Math department 
Phone: 203.432.4180 Administrator: Joann DelVecchio
