The Math Citadel is creating a technical library, mathematics research, and articles.
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The Math Citadel is a research firm in pure and applied mathematics, and a technical library.

We're starting a technical library that will be publicly available through moderately priced memberships. The library will provide a quiet workspace, as well as technical and academic resources previously unavailable to the general populace. Public libraries don't allocate much budget to the type of content engineers, data scientists, software developers, and other professionals need, and universities require an affiliation (professor, student, etc.) in order to even enter their libraries, let alone check books out. We also envision a better space to help the academic and business communities come together to collaborate, listen to lectures, and showcase their work to the city of Milwaukee. 

The Math Citadel is working towards a goal of opening a quiet technical library in Milwaukee, WI to supplement our research revenue and to provide a public service that has yet to ever be provided in this way. We'll be offering corporate memberships and individual memberships for those local to the Milwaukee area, but for those who believe in the mission and want to help The Math Citadel grow, this page will be for those who wish to support "remotely". 

Help support the Math Citadel's mission to bring mathematics research back to the forefront of the world. Your support helps us continue to create the research, videos, articles, podcasts, book reviews, and library we provide. Any amount of support helps to create an unignorable community that shows the value of mathematics to the rest of the word.

Visit us at The Math Citadel to see what we're all about.
Tiers
Echeveria - "Irish Mint"
$1 or more per month

This tiny succulent is a great accent to any succulent garden, and this level of support helps to create a book review at least.

Cremnosedum - "Little Gem"
$3 or more per month

This succulent forms tight clumps that add great color, and looks wonderful against river rocks. At this level of support, you're helping to create the equivalent of a podcast episode discussing mathematics, philosophy, and mathematical thinking in the "real world." 

Black Knight
$5 or more per month

This succulent is a striking almost black succulent that is eye-popping despite its smaller size. At this level of support, you're funding the creation of an interesting post. Perhaps it's on the mathematics of erasure coding, or how queuing theory works, or why functional analysis is actually important. 

Jelly Bean
$10 or more per month

Imagine a container with jelly-bean like ground cover. This one grows less slowly than others, and creates a nice colorful floor for a succulent container. At this tier, you're helping to spread our reach to cover multiple topics in our posts. 

String of Pearls
$20 or more per month

We love the unusual character of this succulent, and it is in our own cactus garden. It spreads more quickly than we expected after planting it. With support at this tier, we're able to produce our videos on interesting but sometimes ignored math topics. 

Prickly Pear
$50 or more per month

Now we're in the bigger cactus-level tiers. The prickly pear is a well-known cactus that grows fairly large and spreads well. The prickly pear fruit is edible as well. A month at this tier contributes a book to the library, and a card will be inserted inside the front cover with your name.

Cereus
$100 or more per month

This is a genus of cacti that can grow up to 15m tall and produce beautiful flowers. Patrons at this level are fostering the creation of new mathematics in groundbreaking areas such as anomaly detection, probability theory, and stochastic traffic analysis. In addition, you'll have your name inside the front cover of a library book, and we will send you a Math Citadel short sleeved shirt.

Ferocactus
$500 or more per month

This hardy cactus species can cope with anything - intense heat or frost. Your support at this level helps to maintain our ability to publish all of our research open access, without having to pay publication fees. At this tier, you'll receive 2 Math Citadel shirts, and  be listed as a sponsor of one of our entire library sections.

Saguaro
$1,000 or more per month

Perhaps the most common image you conjure when thinking of a cactus. This grand king of the cacti can grow to over 40 feet tall, and lasts for generations. Your support at this level helps to maintain the entire operation, as well as our ability to branch out into new research topics. 

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The Math Citadel is a research firm in pure and applied mathematics, and a technical library.

We're starting a technical library that will be publicly available through moderately priced memberships. The library will provide a quiet workspace, as well as technical and academic resources previously unavailable to the general populace. Public libraries don't allocate much budget to the type of content engineers, data scientists, software developers, and other professionals need, and universities require an affiliation (professor, student, etc.) in order to even enter their libraries, let alone check books out. We also envision a better space to help the academic and business communities come together to collaborate, listen to lectures, and showcase their work to the city of Milwaukee. 

The Math Citadel is working towards a goal of opening a quiet technical library in Milwaukee, WI to supplement our research revenue and to provide a public service that has yet to ever be provided in this way. We'll be offering corporate memberships and individual memberships for those local to the Milwaukee area, but for those who believe in the mission and want to help The Math Citadel grow, this page will be for those who wish to support "remotely". 

Help support the Math Citadel's mission to bring mathematics research back to the forefront of the world. Your support helps us continue to create the research, videos, articles, podcasts, book reviews, and library we provide. Any amount of support helps to create an unignorable community that shows the value of mathematics to the rest of the word.

Visit us at The Math Citadel to see what we're all about.

Recent posts by The Math Citadel

Tiers
Echeveria - "Irish Mint"
$1 or more per month

This tiny succulent is a great accent to any succulent garden, and this level of support helps to create a book review at least.

Cremnosedum - "Little Gem"
$3 or more per month

This succulent forms tight clumps that add great color, and looks wonderful against river rocks. At this level of support, you're helping to create the equivalent of a podcast episode discussing mathematics, philosophy, and mathematical thinking in the "real world." 

Black Knight
$5 or more per month

This succulent is a striking almost black succulent that is eye-popping despite its smaller size. At this level of support, you're funding the creation of an interesting post. Perhaps it's on the mathematics of erasure coding, or how queuing theory works, or why functional analysis is actually important. 

Jelly Bean
$10 or more per month

Imagine a container with jelly-bean like ground cover. This one grows less slowly than others, and creates a nice colorful floor for a succulent container. At this tier, you're helping to spread our reach to cover multiple topics in our posts. 

String of Pearls
$20 or more per month

We love the unusual character of this succulent, and it is in our own cactus garden. It spreads more quickly than we expected after planting it. With support at this tier, we're able to produce our videos on interesting but sometimes ignored math topics. 

Prickly Pear
$50 or more per month

Now we're in the bigger cactus-level tiers. The prickly pear is a well-known cactus that grows fairly large and spreads well. The prickly pear fruit is edible as well. A month at this tier contributes a book to the library, and a card will be inserted inside the front cover with your name.

Cereus
$100 or more per month

This is a genus of cacti that can grow up to 15m tall and produce beautiful flowers. Patrons at this level are fostering the creation of new mathematics in groundbreaking areas such as anomaly detection, probability theory, and stochastic traffic analysis. In addition, you'll have your name inside the front cover of a library book, and we will send you a Math Citadel short sleeved shirt.

Ferocactus
$500 or more per month

This hardy cactus species can cope with anything - intense heat or frost. Your support at this level helps to maintain our ability to publish all of our research open access, without having to pay publication fees. At this tier, you'll receive 2 Math Citadel shirts, and  be listed as a sponsor of one of our entire library sections.

Saguaro
$1,000 or more per month

Perhaps the most common image you conjure when thinking of a cactus. This grand king of the cacti can grow to over 40 feet tall, and lasts for generations. Your support at this level helps to maintain the entire operation, as well as our ability to branch out into new research topics.