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Mathematical Reviews/MathSciNet at the 2015 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Antonio, Texas
Mathematical Reviews (MR) 75th Anniversary Celebration
Sunday, January 11 at 2:30pm, AMS Booth (#802–813)
Meet the new MR Executive Editor, Edward Dunne, and enjoy a slice of MR Anniversary Cake!
Pick up a mini-notebook featuring the cover of the inaugural issue of Mathematical Reviews.
MathSciNet Challenge for Grad Students
Saturday, January 10, Sunday, January 11, and Monday, January 12 at 2pm, AMS Booth (#802–813)
Daily MathSciNet demonstrations will be held at 2:00pm.
Attendees will get a MathSciNet t-shirt and can participate in a fun MathSciNet trivia game.
Submit your trivia game answers and be eligible to win one of three $75 American Express gift cards.
Mathematical Reviews Reception
Monday, January 12 from 6:00pm – 7:00pm, Bowie B, 2nd Level, Grand Hyatt San Antonio
Join us to celebrate 75 years of Mathematical Reviews
Refreshments will be served
Get complimentary access to MathSciNet® during the Joint Mathematics Meetings!
Visit ams.org/mathscinet while connected to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center wifi network for full access.
Take MathSciNet® home with you! Click on the “mobile access” icon to set up mobile pairing and get another 30 days of free access after the meeting.
Spring 2015 AMS Sectional Meetings
Pick up a mini-notebook featuring the cover of the inaugural issue of Mathematical Reviews along with other fun Mathematical Reviews “swag”.
Browse the first issue of Mathematical Reviews
Enter to win a $75 AMS Bookstore gift certificate, along with a limited edition Mathematical Reviews T-shirt.