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in the Mathematics Genealogy Project.
Joint International Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Chinese Mathematical Society, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, June 1114, 2018 
Resonances of complex dynamics, International Center for Mathematical Sciences, Edinburgh, UK, July 913, 2018 
Joint International Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Vietnamese Mathematical Society, Quy Nhon, Vietnam, June 1013, 2019 
Nevanlinna theory and Complex Geometry in Honor of Le Van Thiem's Centenary, Institute of Mathematics, Hanoi, Feb 26  Mar 2, 2018. 
XIXth Conference on Analytic Functions and Related Topics, Rzeszow, Poland, June 2529, 2018 
Arithmetic and geometry of local and global fields, Tuan Chau, Vietnam, June 2529, 2018. 
pAdic Analysis & Dynamical Systems, Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland, July 913, 2018 
26th International Conference on Finite or Infinite Dimensional Complex Analysis and Applications, Fuzian Normal University, Fuzhou, China, July 913, 2018 
One Day Function Theory Meeting, London, UK, September 3, 2018 
Open Questions in Cryptography and Number Theory, UC Irvine, September 1721, 2018 
Analytic LowDimensional Dynamics: a celebration of Misha Lyubich's 60th birthday, Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada, May 27  June 7, 2019. 
Click here for a brief introduction to the computer algebra system Maple 
Click here to generate some "fractal" graphics associated with Newton's method. 
Beautiful Numbers, by John R. Swallow [American Scholar 64 (1995)]: A delightful essay written by a graduate school colleague of mine about his transformation from a firstyear graduate student to a successful mathematician and scholar. I recommend this essay to new graduate students struggling with deciding what to study, who to choose as an advisor, and finding one's personal mathematical aesthetic.  
Ludic Proof: Greek Mathematics and the Alexandrian Aesthetic, by Reviel Netz [Cambridge, 2009]: A book I am looking forward to reading about the literary qualities of mathematics and commonalities between writing mathematics (which I mostly understand) and writing poetry (which I mostly don't understand, but admire nonetheless). 