Workshops, seminars & lectures

Applied Math Days is a two-day seminar series where postdoctoral fellows and graduate students from universities in the Northeast meet to give informal talks about their current research projects

An annual lecture established in 1960 to honor the first chair of the Math Sciences Department, Professor Edwin Allen.

A weeklong workshop for graduate student education and career development directed towards interdisciplinary problem solving.

The Mathematical Sciences Colloquium invites speakers from all areas of mathematics and are open to all members of the RPI community.

A special lecture in honor of Professor Richard C. DiPrima, professor of Mathematics and former Department Chair.

MPI is a problem solving workshop that attracts leading applied mathematicians and scientists from universities, industry, and national laboratories.