William & Mary


CSUMS student presentations, posters, and conferences attended

  • April 2008, CSUMS workshop at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.
    • Kassie Archer, Computing the dimension of strange attractors.
    • Tanner Crowder, Matrix approach to the study of genetic sequences.
    • Brian Paljug, Exploring issues of topological entropy in symbolic dynamical system.
  • July 2008, The ninth workshop on numerical ranges and numerical radii, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
    • Sean Clark, Linear preservers of the higher rank numerical range.
    • Jennifer Mahle, Linear preservers of the joint higher rank numiercal range.
  • February 2009, The 14th Undergraduae Science Symposium, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
    • Sean Clark, Preservers of the spectral radii of products of matrices.
  • March 2009, CSUMS workshop at College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
    • Kassie Archer, On Extensions of Box-Counting Dimension.
    • Michael Essman, Numerical bifurcation diagrams of coupled Schrodinger equations.
    • David Gould, The Persistence of Harvested Bears in Virginia.
    • Daniel Hariprasad, Three pool model of calcium signaling.
    • Jennifer Mahle, Computer generation of joint higher rank numerical range.
    • Brian Paljug,  Investigating Changing Parameters Satisfying the Coincidence Conjecture for Iterated Substitutions of Pisot Type.
    • Niha Zubair, Reproduction Rate Strategies in White-Footed Mice