NEWS
2015:
Math Circles Instructors wanted! (Apply here 
new link will be up soon)
Math Circles at the Fields Institute is looking for new volunteers
to teach bright high school students interesting topics in
mathematics. The goal of Math Circles is to introduce different
topics in mathematics not necessarily taught in school, while
keeping things fun! In particular, we are looking for instructors
to do one of the following topics:
Introduction to Real Analysis
Introduction to Graph Theory
Introduction to Topology
Introduction to Groups and Rings
The Game of Go
Game Theory
Optimization
Other topics are welcome!
Lectures are held at the Fields Institute on Saturday afternoons
from 1pm  3pm.
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NEWS:
 Please note that there will be NO Match Circles on
Saturday, May 30, 2015!  posted May 25, 2015.
Announcement from the organizer, Sarah Sun.  posted
October 16, 2014
Hello Advanced Math Circles,
Sacha Mangerel will be teaching a series in Real Analysis
over the next three weeks for the Advanced Group. Since this
is a series, please try to make sure you do not skip any of
these lectures, or the next one will be harder! The topics
covered will include:
 Construction of real numbers
 Introduction to Cardinal arithmetic
 Sequences and continuous functions
 Derivatives and the Mean Value Theorem
 Theory of Riemann integration an Fundamental Theorem of
Calculus
Each week, we will have the lecture posted online, and at
the end of each lecture there will be problem sets. You'll
want to review the lecture notes from the previous week going
into the lecture.
See you soon!
Sarah
LECTURE notes:
October 18, 2014 lecture notes from Sacha Mangerel : Hanout
1; TopMetWk1
 (Posted October 22, 2014)
You can also download Sacha's notes from here: https://sites.google.com/site/amangerel/recreationalmath/mathcircles
 NEW (Posted October 27, 2014)

New.
Please be advised that we will have
a new registration page up soon. Check this webpage for more
updates.
WINTER/SPRING SCHEDULE FOR 20152016
September 2015  TBA (First day of Math Circles)
