From honors theses and conference presentations to prestigious scholarships, the limit on math and computer science students does not exist. Here are just a few recent highlights from our department's students and faculty. Click the button below to see more.
The Rudniy Lab for Twitter Analysis: Erin Frederick, Ying Li, Timur Nurmanov, Lisa Stites, Ruying Yu, and Nolan Zhang.
Aaron Baxter with Ziyuan Meng, 2021: "Unified Information Theory and Cybersecurity." DSSI.
Daniel Kellaway with Seth Harris, 2021: "Divisibility, Discrete Logarithms, and Cyclotomic Polynomials." DSSI.
Damaris Zola with Emily Hill, 2020: "Automatically mining software word relations." DSSI.
Bahara Bohammadi with Emily Hill, 2020: "Afghan Girls Code." Independent study.
Daniel Kellaway with Seth Harris, 2020: "Divisibility, Discrete Logarithms, and Cyclotomic Polynomials." DSSI.
Lloyd Goldstein, 2020: "What Makes a Good Quarterback? Analysis of Longitudinal NFL Data Using Latent Variable Clustering Methods." Honors Thesis.
Michael Clancy, 2018: “A Mathematical Development of Quantum Mechanics.” Honors Thesis.
Mohammed Hassan with Emily Hill, 2018: “Toward Automatic Summarization of Arbitrary Java Statements for Novice Programmers.” IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution, New Ideas and Emerging Results (NIER) Track. Paper presented by Mohammed Hassan in Madrid, Spain.
Jen Benedict, 2018: "Automatic Munsell Color Detection in Mobile Applications." Honor's Thesis.