Saturday, April 28: Student Scholars Day

Join us this Saturday from 10:30-4:30 for the first annual Department of Mathematical Sciences Student Scholars Day.  The schedule of events:

Short talks: 10:30 am to 11:30 am in 103a Walker Hall

  • Sydney Singleton: College Football Recruiting Rankings and On-Field Performance
  • Lindsey Wise: Color-Recursive Visual Cryptography
  • Bowen Jones, Sammy Pshyk, David Sawyer, Lauren Murray, Kelly  Loucks, Samantha Widman, Hannah Laws, Riley Ehlinger, Patrick Beekman, Skylar Yoder: What I Learned at DataFest

Poster session: 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm on the third floor of Walker Hall

  • William Dulaney, Analytic Solution to a Three-Level Optical Pumping System with Constant Coefficients
  • Ryan Hadenfeld, The Effect of Skewness in Data on Time Series Regression Models
  • Anthony Hengst, Isaac Medina Silver, Sergei Miles, Allison Staley: 2-colorings of K5

Graduate talks: 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm in 103a Walker Hall

  • John Hall, Free Leibniz Algebras
  • Carter Murray, Leibniz Algebras Generated By Two Elements
  • Caleb Davis, Reverse Mathematics and Hypergraph Coloring
  • Russell Chamberlain, Obscuring the Point: The Benefits of Points-free Grading in a Pointed World
  • Dustin Roten, Characterizing the Sensitivities of Atmospheric Models to Large FFCO2 Point Source Parameters
Published: Apr 26, 2018 11:49am