Undergrad Mathematics Students Share Research

Published on December 5, 2017

A dozen undergraduate students from the discrete mathematics course in the department of mathematics, physics, and statistics participated in the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware Section of the Mathematical Association of America’s fall student paper session at Shippensburg University on November 18, 2017, under the leadership of their faculty advisor Salar Alsardary, PhD. 

Sarah Kerdesky PharmD’20 and James Lonnay BC’18 presented The History of Leonhard Euler

Kimmara Williams BC’20, Dominic Garcia C’20, and Conner Chee C’20 presented Tiles and Tessellations

Evan Rosa-Roseberry BC’18, Caitlyn McConnell BMS’18, and Daniela Reyes BMS’18 presented Algorithms in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics: Open Problems and Folding Algorithms

Steven Geiger C’18 and Zachary Friar C’18 presented Hilbert’s Grand Hotel

Stefan Hofmeister C'20 and Nick Sadowski C'18 presented The Duodecimal System

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