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Results of REU Research 2011

Participants

3nd Annual REU/MCTP Undergraduate Student Research Conference
Texas A&M University, Wednesday, July 28th and Thursday, July 29th, 2011.

Conference Talks

  • SUMS (Shenandoah Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics) Conference, James Madison University, October 2011.
    • Jeff Sommars, Wheaton College, IL; Implementing Nilsson and Passare's Coamoeba Algorithm.
     
  • MathFest, August 2011: Lexington, Kentucky.
    • Heather Johnston*, Western Oregon University; Dr. May Boggess, Texas A&M University; Dr. Jay Walton, Texas A&M University; Oregon Blackberry Invasion Analyzed by Spatial Stochastic Modeling,
     
  • National Joint Mathematics Meetings Boston, January 2012:
    • Caitlin Lownes*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Fraction of Nonnegative Polynomials that are Sums of Squares. AMS Session on Undergraduate Research, II.
    • Suren Jayasuriya*, University of Pittsburgh; Pedro Perez, Columbus State University: Finite-Dimensional Frame Theory over Arbitrary Fields. AMS Session on Undergraduate Research, II.
    • Heather Johnston*, Western Oregon University; Dr. May Boggess, Texas A&M University; Dr. Jay Walton, Texas A&M University; Oregon Blackberry Invasion Analyzed by Spatial Stochastic Modeling, AMS-MAA-SIAM Special Session on Research in Mathematics by Undergraduates, II
    • Myrielle N Allen-Prince*, Bennett College; Jay Walton, Texas A&M University; Finger Motion Modeling for Bionic Fingers, AMS Session on Undergraduate Research, VI.
    • Sara Anne Krueger*, Bethany Lutheran College; May Boggess, Texas A&M University; Jay Walton, Texas A&M University; A Reservoir Model of Chagas Disease.
    • Katie Storey*, Carleton College; May Boggess, Texas A&M University; Jay Walton, Texas A&M University; Eradicating Invasive Species through Sex Reversal, AMS-MAA-SIAM Special Session on Research in Mathematics by Undergraduates, IV.
    • Corinne Alexandra Wentworth*, St. Mary's College of Maryland; Jay Walton, Texas A&M University; Masami Fujiwara, Texas A&M University; Optimal Harvesting Models for Fishery Populations.