Courant Splash, or cSplash, is an annual one-day lecture series taught by enthusiastic students, faculty, and others associated with the Courant Institute of New York University. Since 2006, cSplash has been providing a meeting ground for mathematically inclined students in the New York metropolitan area, exposing them to the beauty, utility, and ubiquity of mathematical ideas. Have a look at our past talks, designed and delivered by our passionate instructors. And the pictures, too, lest you believe there's no fun in mathematics!
Though cSplash takes place only once a year, we would love for you to keep in touch with all the friends you've made here---and with us as well. Come visit our Facebook page; say hello. You could also email us at csplash [at] cims [dot] nyu [dot] edu.
Be prepared: cSplash 2014 will take place on April 26th! The Math of Climate Change, the colloquium lecture for cSplash 2014, will be given by Edwin Gerber, Professor of Mathematics at the Courant Institute. If you are registered and have not picked your courses yet, now is the time!
The registration for cSplash 2014 is now closed, however, and we cannot guarantee a spot for any unregistered student. You could try signing up for classes in person on April 26th, but please know that we have limited space availability. We might, in fact, have to turn you away.
Parents: In general, we do not allow parents to attend cSplash lectures. This is to leave as much room for students as possible, so that unregistered students may also have an opportunity to attend the lectures. Thank you very much for your understanding!
Instructors: We are no longer soliciting teachers for cSplash 2014. If you have registered a course and need to make changes, please send us an email.