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Conference Date

Saturday, October 7, 2017


TWIMS is a one-day workshop for Texas mathematicians. The goal of TWIMS is to strengthen the network of female mathematicians in Texas, which will encourage collaborations and mentoring relationships.

In addition, participants have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about the research of other women in Texas
  • Present their work in a supportive environment
  • Network with other Texas women mathematicians
  • Explore issues surrounding being a woman in mathematics

The conference consists of parallel talk sessions in the morning and afternoon, a breakout session, and a keynote address.

Lunch and a social hour will be provided to all registered participants

Plenary Speaker

Brandilyn S. Stigler, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Southern Methodist University

Dr. Stigler, an algebraic biologist, is interested in uncovering the structure of gene regulatory networks. Her research interests include: mathematical biology, computational algebraic geometry, Groebner bases, systems biology, gene regulatory networks, and reverse engineering.


Organizer: Jacqueline Jensen-Vallin (Lamar University)