2012 :: Joint Mathematics Meetings

Record Breaking Attendance So Far! You can still register at the meeting.

Close to 6100 registered so far! See the registration page for details on how to register at the meeting.

About the JMM

The Joint Mathematics Meetings comes to New England! The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) and the American Mathematical Society (AMS) invite you to join them at the next Joint Mathematics Meetings which will be held in Boston, known not only for its rich history but also for its central location to many colleges and universities. This will be the 95th annual winter meeting of MAA and the 118th annual meeting of AMS. They will again host sessions by the Association for Symbolic Logic, the Association for Women in Mathematics, the National Association for Mathematicians, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Attendance is expected to reach record breaking numbers so mark your calendars and register now!

NEW! JMM Personal Scheduler

New to the JMM! You can now create a personal daily schedule and export it to your calendar. Take advantage of this tool—it is designed to help you get the most from your meeting experience. Read more …

JMM to be Broadcasted

The American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America are pleased to announce a partnership with the global TV production company WebsEdge to produce a broadcasting program called “JMM TV” at the upcoming 2012 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Boston. Read more …

What to Expect from this Meeting

Look for a few Joint Mathematics Meetings’ mainstays such as

a comprehensive and rich scientific program geared toward mathematicians of all ages and levels of expertise;
recognition of numerous mathematical achievements through Prize and Award Ceremonies;
courses such as the MAA Short Course, two AMS Short Courses, and the MAA Minicourses;
many activities for students such as the Graduate School Fair for undergraduate students;
poster sessions for young mathematicians and undergraduate students;
employment opportunities at the Mathematical Sciences Employment Center;
the Mathematical Art Exhibition that includes works by artists in various media;
the Who Wants to Be a Mathematician Competition that showcases the brilliance of ten of the nation’s best high school math students
exhibits filled with some of the leading scientific publishers, well-known computer hardware and software manufacturers, well-known health and lifestyle companies, companies offering mathematics enrichment products, and professional organizations
Thank You to Our Sponsors

Stop by Springer booth 301 and browse thousands of new and classic titles.  Also, enter our fractalPhoto competition—1st place winner receives an iPad 2!

Maplesoft – Maplesoft™, provider of high-performance software tools for mathematics and research, offers solutions that apply to every aspect of academic life. Its product suite reflects the philosophy that given great tools, people can do great things.
Taylor & Francis Group LLC – CRC Press – Taylor & Francis Group is a premier publisher of Mathematics Journals and Books. Stop by our booth to peruse our latest publications, some with up to 50% discount, and pick up a free Journal sample. Math for America – Math for America (MƒA) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve mathematics education in US public secondary schools by recruiting, training and retaining outstanding mathematics teachers.
Pearson – A leading publisher in mathematics and statistics, Pearson provides course content from respected authors. Our online teaching and learning tools are used by millions of students and instructors worldwide. Minitab – Minitab Statistical Software is the leading package used in statistics education. It has an intuitive interface designed to help instructors teach and students learn. Discover why more than 4,000 universities around the world use Minitab
W. H. Freeman & Company – Visit booth 95 to see new and popular titles, including Rogawski Calculus, COMAP For All Practical Purposes, Crauder Quantitative Literacy, Larson Math and You, Moore The Basic Practice of Statistics, and Larose Discovering Statistics, plus our innovative Portals, LearningCurve, and videos.  
Highlights of the 2011 JMM




2012 :: Joint Mathematics Meetings.


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