Please note that years older than 2007-2008 have no handouts yet.
The following schedule shows who will be leading the circle on a given day.

Date
Leader
Topic
Handouts
September 11
Zvezdelina Stankova
Vectors: Applications in Geometry
September 18
Tom Davis
Counting Things
September 25
Tom Davis
Big Numbers
October 02
BAMA at SCU : Persi Diaconis
Mathematics and Coincidences
October 09
Meets at SCU : Joshua Zucker
Accidental Summations
October 16
Tatiana Shubin
Math Induction
October 23
David Hayes
Pigeonhole Principle
October 30
David Hayes
Binomial Coefficients
November 06
BAMA at SJSU : Joel Hass
Algorithms in Topology
November 13
Byron Walden
Where Do You Stand? A Classic Calculus Problem Done with Elementary Geometry
November 20
Tom Davis
Euler’s Theorem
November 27
Break
Thanksgiving Break
December 04
Meets at SCU : Tom Davis
Geometric Construction
December 07
BAMA at SCU : Bjorn Poonen
Elliptic Curves
December 11
Hidefumi Katsuura
Inequalities
December 18
Break
Winter Break
January 08
Tatiana Shubin
Finite Geometries
January 15
Mike Rubinstein
Elementary Number Theory and RSA Cryptography
January 22
Brian Conrey
Probability
January 29
Brian Conrey
Continued Fractions
February 05
David Hayes
Modular Arithmetic and Polynomials
February 12
BAMA at SJSU : Richard Scott
Triangles – the Thick and Thin of it
February 19
Paul Zeitz
BAMO Practice
February 25
Contest
Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad
February 26
Meets at SCU : Tatiana Shubin and/or Tom Davis
BAMO Aftermath
March 03
BAMA at SCU : Donald Saari
Mathematical Surprises About Voting
March 05
Tatiana Shubin
Complex Numbers
March 12
Joshua Zucker
Symmetry
March 19
Brian Conrey
Iteration and Fractals
March 26
David Hayes
Some Problems in Graph Theory
April 02
Tom Davis
Permutations
April 04
BAMA at SJSU : John Stillwell
1, 2, 4, 8: Dimensions We Appreciate
April 09
Tatiana Shubin
Groups and Crystals
April 16
Brian Conrey
Diophantine Equations
April 23
Everyone
Pizza Party and Awards!
May 12
Meets at Stanford : Hendrik Lenstra
Escher and the Droste Effect

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