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2018 Mathematics Undergraduate Research Expo

Wednesday, September 19, 6-7 p.m., on the 2nd floor landing in Blocker.

  • Hosted by the AMUSE, the weekly Applied Mathematics Undergraduate SEminar. As usual, refreshments will be available.
  • The purpose of the Expo is to
    • Give the mathematics undergraduate students the opportunity to showcase their research in a friendly, low pressure setting.
    • Give the mathematics undergraduates the opportunity to talk to their peers already involved in research, and to faculty interested in working with undergraduate students.
    • Give the mathematics faculty the opportunity to learn about research performed by TAMU undergraduates, and to meet students interested in joining their research groups.

Presenters

  • Timothy Cheng.

  • A Stochastic Model for the West Nile Virus.
  • Harris Cobb.

  • On the problem of squaring oriented graphs.
  • Jay Standridge.

  • Approximating the Solutions to Differential Equations Using Orthogonal Polynomials.
  • Mingxuan Wang.

  • Big Data Information Extraction.