This program (initiated Spring 2017) is for undergraduate students who are seriously interested in graduate school in mathematics. Activities can take various forms, including:
* Research projects
* Combinatorics education initiatives (visiting local high schools)
* Seminars with academic visitors
* Conference travel
This is was originally an *unpaid* mentorship program. However, thanks to NSF RTG DMS 1937241, we have support for US citizens and permanent residents that are UIUC undergraduates. The mentoring faculty include Jozsef Balogh, Philippe Di Francesco, Kevin Ford, Rinat Kedem, Alexandr Kostochka, and Alexander Yong. Please see the combinatorics RTG site for more information. Generally speaking, a strong performance in a class by one of the faculty is a prerequisite. You may also contact one of the faculty and/or Alexander Yong for more information.
Keep in touch with ICLUE events and training ideas here.
Products of ICLUE:
Symmetric group representations and Z (Anshul Adve and Alexander Yong)
Vanishing of Littlewood-Richardson polynomials is in P (Anshul Adve, Colleen Robichaux and Alexander Yong)
Complexity, combinatorial positivity, and Newton polytopes (Anshul Adve, Colleen Robichaux and Alexander Yong)
Reduced word enumeration, complexity, and randomization (Cara Monical, Benjamin Pankow, Alexander Yong)
An estimation method for game complexity (Alexander Yong, David Yong)
Multiplicity-free key polynomials (Reuven Hodges, Alexander Yong) used software developed by David Brewster and Husnain Raza (summer 2020)
Coxeter combinatorics and spherical Schubert geometry (Reuven Hodges, Alexander Yong) used software developed by David Brewster, Jiasheng Hu, and Husnain Raza (summer 2020).
Newell-Littlewood numbers II: extended Horn inequalities (Shiliang Gao, Gidon Orelowitz, Alexander Yong) used software developed by David Brewster (summer, Fall 2020).
* Anshul Adve was awarded a 2019 Goldwater fellowship at UCLA for work done through ICLUE. He will attend a U. Chicago REU in summer of 2019.
* David Brewster will be funded by an NSF RTG to work in the ICLUE program in Summer 2020 and Fall 2020.
* Anna Chlopecki '20 will be attending a math REU at Brown in the summer of 2019; accepted to multiple private and public math PhD programs and will start a math doctoral degree at Purdue in Fall 2020.
* Zhaobidan (Amy) Feng '18 is pursuing a PhD in math at Texas A+M
* Matthew Faust '18 is pursuing a PhD in math at Texas A+M
* Ananth Koppol is funded by an NSF RTG to work in ICLUE in Fall 2020
* Thien Le '19 is pursuing a PhD in CS at MIT
* Jeremy McMahan '18 is pursuing a PhD in CS at U. Wisconsin
* Husnain Raza is funded by an NSF RTG to work in ICLUE in Summer 2020 and Fall 2020.
* Steven Zhang '20 will attend Oxford for a graduate program offered jointly by the Mathematical Institute and the Department of Physics
* Anshul Adve (high school student; now undergraduate at UCLA; 2019 Goldwater Fellowship)
* David Brewster
* David Buksa
* Hongxuan Chen (Mentor: Balogh)
* Judy Chiang
* Anna Chlopecki (2019 REU at Brown)
* Elia Chudov
* Aaron Marcus Cunanan
* Cathy Du
* Matthew Faust
* Zhaobidan (Amy) Feng
* Paul Graham (Physics student)
* Matt Ho
* Jiasheng Hu
* Elizaveta Kalinina
* Daniel Klovsky
* Ananth Koppol
* Thien Le
* Nathan Lin
* Chinmaya Mahesh
* Jeremy McMahan
* Mose Mizrahi
* Joaquin Padilla Montani (Austria)
* Jackie Oh
* Benjamin Pankow
* Husnain Raza
* Michael Sandler (Physics student)
* Ray Shang (high school student at IMSA)
* Lucas Trojanowski
* William Wang
* Yuzhou Wang (mentor: Balogh)
* Zihan Wang
* Jason Xia
* Qingqing Yang
* Steven Zhang
* Yichi Zhang (Electrical Engineering student)
Some other undergraduate research projects