Lectures & Conference
Math Circle meetings are held, offline and online, once each month on a Sunday morning.
Events & Projects
Members of the KGSEA Math Circle actualize their passions and interests through an authentic creative process – brainstorming, investigating, presenting and documenting. In this way, the Math Circle promotes independent student growth both academically and interpersonally.
Starting June 2019, the KGSEA Math Circle has launched a series of student-directed peer lectures during its monthly meetings as part of its Open School Program. Open School presentations are geared towards content for middle school students and are open to all audience members even outside the Math Circle.
The KGSEA Math Circle gathers regularly each month, usually on Sunday mornings. All affairs and projects of the KGSEA Math Circle are shaped, determined and planned during these meetings. At the end of the year, members who have demonstrated excellent participation and attendance are awarded certificates and made members of the KGSEA Math Circle Honor Society.
The KGSEA Math Circle also hosts special lectures by Guest Speakers at least twice each year on a semi-regular basis. Lectures focus on a variety of higher-level STEM topics built to challenge high school students.
Basic coding knowledge is an essential piece of the KGSEA Math Circle. It is recommended, though not mandatory, that prospective applicants learn the basics of key languages such as HTML, CSS, WordPress and Python before applying for Math Circle membership.
KGSEA Math Circle members are also eligible to participate in camps and other projects launched by the KGSEA as Teaching Assistants and later receive formal recognition as official interns. Only a select few members who have fulfilled the rigorous standards of such programs may receive this honor.
Members of the KGSEA Math Circle often form internal teams to participate in major STEM competitions, while the Math Circle also operates its own competition – the World Youth Mathematics League (WYML) – in which members are able to write their own problems and solutions.
Examples of Weekly Meeting Programmes include:
Word Document Structure for Book Writing:
The application will be submitted through a google form. It contains necessary information, a personal statement, and a pledge to be signed and submitted. ALL components (including the pledge) must be present for an application to be considered.
If a member or his/her parent demonstrates conduct in a matter detrimental to the mission of the KGSEA Math Circle or its projects, the Director of the Math Circle reserves the right to immediately expel said student without appeal.
For those students whose applications have been deemed acceptable, a further interview of each student’s parent or legal guardian will be conducted by phone.
After the decision of acceptance is made final, applicants can then proceed to pay the annual membership fees (400,000 KRW per year). Following this, applicants are immediately free to join the monthly meetings and will be added to the Math Circle’s Google Drive and Facebook pages.
Open Research Forum
Online Lectures by Students
List functions in Mathematica
Adobe Photoshop Minseok Kim
2015/6 MathScienceCamp(Physics_Special Lecture)
AMC10 12AIME 용어정리 Hyunji Kim
Proving 2 Irrational 09m55s Hyunji Kim
Probability and Infinite Series
Mathematical Principles within Famous Printings
“Try not to become a man of success
but rather try to become a man of value”
By Albert Einstein
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