The Math Department has had many students engaged in research on campus and at other universities during the summer.
- Matt Lundy ('09) presented his work “A New Slant on an Old ODE Problem: What a Student Can Learn from Draining Inclining Tanks” at the Pacific Undergraduate Research Conference.
- Damien Mondragon ('08) presented his work “Connected Components in Random Graphs,” at the Northern California Undergraduate Math Conference.
- Michael Babcock ('07) collaborated with Professors Langley and Merz on the problem of determining the distinguishing number of a digraph.
- Huimei Lin ('07) presented research she did at the Summer Math Institute at Cornell at the National joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematics Association of America.
If you are interested in pursuing research in mathematics, speak to one of the following math faculty:
Aleksei Beltukov—differential equations, applied mathematics, fluid dynamics
Jialing Dai—algebra, financial mathematics
Chris Goff—linear algebra, algebra
Larry Langley—ordered sets, combinatorics, graph theory
Sarah Merz—combinatorics, graph theory
Sebastian Marotta—chaos theory, dynamical systems