Exhibitor Activities and Announcements

AAAS - Booth 324

Fellowship Program: Come visit AAAS STPF at booth # 325 to find out more about our fellowship program or visit us online for more information.

American Mathematical Society – Booth 535

  1. Grand Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 3, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. Stop by for our wine tasting and members may take a virtual tour of San Francisco. While you’re visiting, snap a selfie at our photo booth or our new journal wall.
  2. Professional Portrait Sessions for AMS Members: Have your professional portrait taken and emailed to you in just a few minutes! Schedule your 5-minute appointment between 9:30 AM – 4:25 p.m. on Thursday, January 4 and Friday, January 5 here.
  3. Special JMM Offers on AMS Membership: Members of ASA, AWM, MAA, NAM, and SIAM, who have not been AMS members since 2021, are eligible for 50% off a 2024 AMS membership. Use the same email address you used to register for JMM 2024 and apply for AMS membership no later than February 1, 2024 here.
  4. AMS Membership: Join or renew your membership on Thursday or Friday at the exhibit booth and receive a complimentary gift! Special Offer: Students who become members will be entered into a text book give-a-way.
  5. Shop the AMS Bookstore: Plenty of new AMS publications as well as classic titles will be available – buy a book using your AMS or MAA membership discount! AMS apparel will also be on sale.
  6. Celebration: Celebrate with a toast to 25 years of Partial Differential Equations by Lawrence C. Evans, 2023 winner of the Steele Prize for Mathematical Exposition. 25 years ago, the definitive text on Partial Differential Equations by Lawrence C. Evans was published in the classic AMS series, Graduate Studies in Mathematics. Join us in celebrating Professor Evans and the impact he has had on the field by joining us for a toast in the AMS booth, Friday, January 5, at 3:30 p.m.
  7. MathSciNet Demonstrations: Learn how MathSciNet can help you with your research and get a preview of our new user interface. Stop by and enter to win a prize at: 10:00 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. on Thursday, January 4 and Friday, January 5, and 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 6.
  8. Ask an Editor: Have an idea for a book or a question about the publishing process? Ask an Editor! AMS and AMS|MAA Press editors will on hand in the AMS exhibit area through the conference to meet with you. Stop by to make an appointment or have an informal chat.
  9. Complimentary MathSciNet at the meeting: Once again, by special arrangement from the AMS, MathSciNet will be freely available when using the Wi-Fi at the conference site. Point your browser here and we will take care of the rest! You can also pair your mobile device to have 30 days of free MathSciNet after JMM is over. Stop by the AMS exhibit area if you need assistance.
  10. AMS-Simons Research Enhancement Grants for PUI Faculty Q&A: The 2024-2025 application cycle opens in January! Programs staff will field questions from prospective applicants on Thursday, January 4, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m., and Friday, January 5, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Stop by to learn about eligibility requirements and components for a strong application. Visit the program webpage anytime.
  11. AMS Office of Government Relations: The Office of Government Relations represents the AMS in science policy discussions and advocacy efforts at the federal level. Stop by the AMS booth to help inform AMS advocacy in Washington, DC by letting us know which issues matter most to you!
  12. Accessible Notes and Course Assets: Do you want to know more about how to post accessible notes and course assets online? Join Peter Krautzberger, independent consultant and invited expert at W3C ARIA Working Group and former manager of the MathJax Consortium, for hands on support and an introduction to useful tools. Office Hours: AMS Booth, Thursday, January 4, 11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. and Friday, January 5, 1:00 p.m. -2:00 p.m.

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival – Hall B

Math Festival: Join us for a morning of fun math. Play our favorite math puzzles, jump through logic mazes, and take home your own map coloring activity.

The math festival will take place on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in Hall B at the Moscone Center South. This event is free and open to the public, making this a great opportunity to experience a math festival with real students.

Math Mentor – Booth 707

Challenge at Grand Opening Reception: Can linear algebra be a game for your students? Try Math Mentor’s challenge: "Gaussian Elimination on a 3x3 matrix in less than a minute; leaderboard with 5 fastest times at JMM!"

NIMBioS - Booth 705

Meet Us: NIMBioS seeks to foster the growth of transdisciplinary research and education in the quantitative life sciences. We are a collaborative and intellectual hub that started as an NSF Synthesis Center but has recently rebranded and now operates as an independent institute. Find us at the exhibit hall or at the Math Institutes Open House (Thursday, January 4 at 6:00 p.m.) to hear more about what we do. Past NIMBioS participants: please swing by to share your stories and to reconnect with us!

Wiley – Booth 405

Raffle: See for yourself the power of Knewton Alta's affordable adaptive learning. Stop by Wiley’s booth, #405, participate in a demo of Knewton Alta, and be entered in a raffle to win \$100!

Zim Mathematics - Booth 526

Give-a-ways and Introduction: Come visit Zim Olson and Zim Mathematics exhibit at Booth #526. FREE USBs of the complete content of the work of Zim Olson. Also, there will be Introduction Booklets, Art on 4"X 6" Math Art Cards, and Business Cards, while supplies last (400 USBs available). Everything is FREE to individual meeting participants.