A mathematical tour of the US


I would like to visit all 50 US states; my tally is currently at 48. Some colleagues have pointed out that a visit to a state shouldn't really count unless it involves a talk; so I'm also working towards giving a mathematical talk in all 50 states. For this goal, my tally stands at 26 (plus DC), with number 27 coming (dv) in September. Listed here is a talk in each state.

Sebi Cioba is also keeping track of states where he has talked.


Create Your Own Visited States Map

  1. [Wisconsin]: [Madison; September 2019]
  2. South Carolina: Columbia; March 2017
  3. Minnesota: Minneapolis; October 2016
  4. North Dakota: Fargo; April 2016
  5. Nevada: Las Vegas; April 2015
  6. Colorado: Boulder; April 2013
  7. Ohio: Oxford; April 2013
  8. Nebraska: Lincoln; October 2011
  9. North Carolina: Winston-Salem; September 2011
  10. Michigan: Western Michigan University; April 14 2011
  11. Iowa: Iowa City; March 18 2011
  12. Texas: Austin; June 17 2010
  13. Florida: Boca Raton; October 31 2009
  14. Kentucky: Bowling Green; May 22 2009
  15. Illinois: Chicago; November 8 2008
  16. Tennessee: University of Memphis; February 13 2007
  17. New Hampshire: Dartmouth College; February 6 2007
  18. Delaware: University of Delaware; October 6 2006
  19. California: Stanford; January 24 2005
  20. Pennsylvania: Carnegie Mellon; February 12 2004
  21. New York: University of Rochester; January 26 2004
  22. Louisiana: New Orleans; January 12 2004
  23. District of Columbia: George Washington University; November 14 2003
  24. Indiana: Bloomington; April 5 2003
  25. Massachusetts: MIT; February 8 2002
  26. Washington: Microsoft, Redmond; January 24 2002
  27. Georgia: Georgia Tech; January 18 2002
  28. New Jersey: IAS, Princeton; October 24 2001