- Last Updated on Thursday, 15 February 2018 09:18
James Andrus ’18 – Mulitcast Routing using Delay Intervals for Collaborative and Competitive Applications – This project is interdisciplinary between computer science and mathematics. Advisors: Dr. Banik, Dr. Swart, Dr. Verdicchio
Dawson Bolus ’18 – Style of Partitioning Positive Integers – This project on integer partitions originated as a proposed problem in Mathematical Monthly. Advisors: Dr. Mukherjee, Dr. Trautman
Topper Knutson-Harper ’18 – Modeling and Optimization for Crop Planning under Limited Groundwater Resources – This project applies mathematics to a real world problem. Advisor: Dr. Zhang
Hsin-Yun Ching ’19 – Fibonacci determinant and solution of system of linear equations with Fibonacci numbers as coefficients -- This project involves solving the determinant of a Fibonacci matrix and finding a solution of a system of equations with the Fibonacci matrix as the coefficient matrix. Cadet Ching has already received recognition in the August 2017 issue of Fibonacci Quarterly for solving the problem on the Fibonacci determinant.
He is currently working on extending both these problems to Lucas determinant and solution of system of linear equations with Lucas numbers as coefficients. Advisors: Dr. Flórez, Dr. Mukherjee
Timothy Clark ‘19 and William Jacobs ’19 – A New Algorithm for Discriminating Disease Status from Continuous and Binary Factors – This project is developing a new algorithm to adjust the logic regression framework to allow for the inclusion of continuous variables. Advisor: Dr. Nelson
Elizabeth Spoehel '20 -- Closed Formula for a Problem Involving Lucas and Fibonacci Numbers -- This problem was posed as an open problme in the November 2017 issue of Fibonacci Quarterly. Advisors: Dr. Flórez, Dr. Mukherjee
Skyler Addy ’21 and Zachary Parker ’21 – Partitioning Cards – This project is solving a problem posed in the Mathematics Magazine dealing with partitioning a deck of cards and satisfying given conditions. Advisors: Dr. Mukherjee, Dr. Swart
More to come soon....