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Combinations and Permutations Episode 66: Get a Job

Samuel Hansen is joined by Brandon Metz and Cody Palmer to talk about mathematical careers that was requested by Peter Rowlett, who suggested it just to make sure Samuel plugged his podcast Travels in a Mathematical World.

Links:

Travels in a Mathematical World
Math Jobs(AMS)
Math Jobs(MAA)

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Combinations and Permutations Episode 65: We Made them Play Telephone

Back from a Thesis related podcast vacation Samuel Hansen hosts a podcast talking about talking about talking about math, with special guests Brandon Metz, Sean Breckling, and Jenni Whitmer.

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Talk Dos:
Use Multiple Communication Methods
Think of Your Audience
Be Well Prepared and Coiffed
Be Passionate
Maintain Eye Contact

Talk Don’ts:
Talk too fast
Act as if Audience is not there
Go Overtime
Read from Slides/Paper
Too Many Slides
Assume Too Much/Little Knowledge
Talk Quietly
Do Not Prepare
Bad Clothes/Combing

Combinations and Permutations Episode 64: Why, Just Why?

On today’s episode of Combinations and Permutations your host Samuel Hansen poses the question of why mathematics to his guests Sean Breckling and Brandon Metz. He kind of sort of gets an answer, and then it all devloves into a debate on mathematical communication. Here we go.

Topics:
The Original Why Math Discussion on Math/Maths with Ruby Childs

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Combinations and Permutations Episode 63: Now It Seems Trivial

On today’s Combinations and Permutations Samuel Hansen is joined by Christopher Bates, Cody Palmer, and Anthony Sellari for the most optimal episode in our history. Also, do not forget about the “I Listen and I hate You” email competition where you can win a photo of Samuel getting stomped by his guests, and maybe even more. Follow @acmescience on twitter too!

Topics Covered:
Optimization
Linear Programming
Simplex Method
Dual Problems
Nonlinear Programming

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Combinations and Permutations Episode 62: Jeff Goldblum on a Tilt-a-Whirl

On today’s Combinations and Permutations your host Samuel Hansen is joined by Brandon Metz, Sean Breckling, and Juan Mariscal for a conversation that was doomed from the start thanks to its sensitivity to initial conditions. In one of the most tangential conversations in months they try to talk about chaos, but get so often derailed it is hard to tell if they even remember the topic by the end. Also, please remember to send your I listen and I hate you emails to be entered into the drawing for a signed picture of Samuel getting stomped on.

Topics Discussed:
Chaos Theory
Strange Attractors
Tilt-a-Whirls (Part 2)

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