Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, SURIM 2021 will be held entirely online.
All participants of SURIM are required to attend every event. Events marked with a "**" are also required for graduate student mentors.
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday 

6/21 11am: Welcome meeting 12pm: group project mentor talk, Xiaoyu He

6/22 11am: group project mentor talk, Max Xu 2pm3pm: office hours, Xiaoyu He

6/23 8am: group project mentor talk, Slava Naprienko 5pm6pm: office hours, Max Xu 
6/24 9am10am: office hours, Slava Naprienko 11am1pm: office hours, Max Xu 
6/25 10am11am: office hours, Slava Naprienko 2pm3pm: office hours, Xiaoyu He group project preference survey due 
6/26  6/27 
6/28 
6/29 11am: Faculty Speaker, Tadashi Tokieda Title: applying physics to mathematics 
6/30 
7/1 8am: Faculty Speaker, Steve Trettel Title: Ray Optics, Geodesics, and Curved Space 
7/2 
7/3

7/4 Independence Day 
7/5 
7/6 7am8am: Pawel's office hours 8am: Graduate Student Panel, Mark Sellke, Jonathan Love, Calista Bernard Topic: research in mathematics 
7/7 8am: Social event 
7/8 8am: Faculty Speaker, Persi Diaconis Title: THE random graph 
7/9

7/10  7/11 
7/12 6am  11am: Individual meetings 
7/13 8am: Faculty Speaker, Rafe Mazzeo 
7/14

7/15 8am: Faculty Speaker, Kannan Soundararajan Title: The distribution of prime numbers 
7/16  7/17  7/18 
7/19 
7/20 8am: Faculty Speaker, Ravi Vakil Title: Given four lines in space, how many other lines meet all four? 
7/21 
7/22 8:30am: Faculty Speaker, Brian Conrad Title: Fermat’s Last Theorem and elliptic curves 
7/23  7/24  7/25 
7/26 8am: social event, online office games

7/27 Individual and group midterm presentations** 
7/28

7/29 Group midterm presentations** 
7/30  7/31  8/1 
8/2 
8/3 8am: Graduate Student Panel: Dylan Cant, Sarah McConnell, Ipsita Datta Topic: graduate school in mathematics 
8/4 
8/5 8am: Faculty Speaker, Eugenia Malinnikova Title: Discrete Harmonic Functions

8/6 8am: social event, magic show by Harrison Kramer 
8/7  8/8 
8/9

8/10 8am: Faculty Speaker, Andras Vasy Title: Wave propagation and geometric optics 
8/11 
8/12 
8/13  8/14  8/15 
8/16 
8/17 8am: Faculty Speaker, Otis Chodosh, Title: Local to global results in geometry 
8/18 Final presentations** 
8/19 Final presentations** 
8/20 Final presentations** written reports: first drafts due 
8/21  8/22 
8/23 
8/24 8am: Faculty Speakar, Sourav Chatterjee, Title: Some open questions in probability 
8/25 
8/26 
8/27 last day of SURIM written reports: final drafts due

8/28  8/29 
Pawel Grzegrzolka, Director
Office: 380382A
Email: pawelg@stanford.edu
Gretchen Lantz, Student Services Manager
Office: 380381S
Email: glantz@stanford.edu
Asma Gaba, Student Services Specialist
Office: 380381S
Email: asmagaba@stanford.edu
TBD
Github — A highly functional collaborative environment for working on documents in a group with solid version control. Free!
Overleaf — For collaboration and cloud storage of LaTeX (and other?) documents. Free for Stanford students.
Google Drive — Cloud storage. You all have accounts through Stanford, and through Gmail if you use it.
Box — Another cloud storage service. Free, I think, for Stanford.
Dropbox — Yet another cloud storage service.
Slack — A chatroomtype environment for collaborative work or just socializing. Has LaTeX compatibility.
Wikipedia — Has reasonably good coverage of mathematics.
Mathworld — An online math encyclopedia, but specialized towards certain interests and by the same company that makes Mathematica (so it will tell you how to do things in Mathematica if you're curious).
MathSciNet — The AMS' literature search engine.
Arxiv — A free online repository of scientific articles. Probably 6070% of math articles make it to the Arxiv before publication (and most of those stay after publication as well).
Math Stack Exchange — A forum for more elementary questions.
Math Overflow — A forum for more advanced questions.
OEIS — The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences! Possibly the most useful website ever.
(Algebra) The Group Properties Wiki
(Algebraic Geometry) The Stacks Project
(Number Theory) The Number Fields Database
(Number Theory) The Lfunctions and Modular Forms Database