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Larry Mugridge Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Research

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Larry R. Mugridge

The Third Annual Larry R. Mugridge Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics Research

Call For Papers

Undergraduate student presentations:  Fifteen-minute oral presentations by undergraduate students in pure or applied mathematics, statistics, mathematics education, and related areas such as computer science, physics, biostatistics, engineering, and economics.

All presentations should have a strong and essential mathematical component. Students from all departments are welcome and encouraged to participate.

For each presentation, an abstract not exceeding 300 words should be submitted by March 25, 2016.  Include your name, department, classification (e.g., junior), and your project advisor's name and email address (not a part of the 300 word maximum).

Please email the abstract as an attached LATEX file or MS Word document. There are no fees to participate in the Symposium.

Submission of abstract: March 25, 2016
Notification of acceptance of abstract: March 29, 2016
Symposium: Thursday afternoon, April 21, 2016

Symposium Coordinators:
Dr. M. P. M. M. McLoughlin
Dr. W.H.T Wong

Submit Abstracts to
Dr. McLoughlin

Department of Mathematics, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Kutztown, PA 19530

Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. in Lytle Hall 228

Jiao Xu, "Coinbinatorics"

Richard Lichtenwalner, "An `Unreal' Infinity"

Dylan Gaspar, "A Steiner Optimization of the Cable Trench Problem"

Danielle Sienko, "A Consideration of Scheduling Final Exams"

Nathaniel R. Benjamin, "Trichotomy, Many-Valued Logic, and Other Fuzzy Subjects"

Friday, April 10, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. in Boehm Hall 262

Christopher Amici, "B3: Bayes, Bayesian Statistics, and Baseball"

Andrew Douventzidis, "Logarithms and Hot Peppers"

Hallie Langley, "The Hula Hoop: An Exploration in Mathematical Modeling"

Kevin Ruppert, "To Infinity and Beyond!"

Paul Schwartz, "Analysis of the Complexity of Making an NFL Schedule"

Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. in Lytle Hall 218

Stuart Galletta, "The Best Monopoly in Monopoly"

Ian Tomes, Luke Eshbach, and Stuart Galletta, "Allocation of Financial Aid"

Jacob Levan, "Big Wheel Keep on Turning"

Zachary Bales, "A Slice of π: A Recreation of Two Computation Techniques"

Jesse Bailey, "On the Irrationality of the Square Root of a Prime Number"

Odysseus Fox, "Statistical Analysis of Crater Distribution Compared to Geologic Units on Mars"