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"Retired physicist and electrical engineer currently engaged in developing hybrid numerical/theoretical methods for solving the wave equation from hell."
"HS math/CS teacher, new to DC. Loved the NYC Math Circle dinners in NYC and hoping to find something similar."
"I'm from DC (adams morgan) and am into pure and applied math, complexity theory (biology, econ, sociol, etc.). though not employed. I'm into nature, socia..."
"I am a web application developer who has always loved mathematics."
"I work at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Labratory and am doing some personal research on Unification of SR,GR,QM, and thermodynamics and could use some mathematical..."
"To give me a chance to remember a lot of underused mathmatics. Was a theoretical physics for many years."
Meet other local Math Buffs of all ability levels. Discuss all forms of math, including pure mathematics. Fun to the nth degree for everyone who likes to solve for X!
Some of the activities in this meetup are:
* Monthly MathJams: meet at a restaurant to talk about mathematics with other people.
* Book clubs: read a math-oriented popular-level book and then discuss it.
* Lectures: attend talks at the Mathematical Association of America. (We're not affiliated with the MAA, but usually add their public lectures to our calendar.)
We're also working on our own occasional series of informal talks.
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