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Undergraduate Research Presentation Night


On April 20, the math department hosted a presentation night for undergraduate math research. Six undergraduate students presented the research projects they had done during the past year. The research topics covered various areas of pure and applied mathematics including partial differential equations, mathematical physics, abstract algebra, probability theory, and statistics. The presentation night program was attended by a number of other undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty.The Department of Mathematics at Purdue is committed to increasing the number of undergraduate students at Purdue engaged in mathematics research. Students who are interested in finding out more about research opportunities (both internal and external to Purdue) can find more information at who presented research:
  • Yufan Zhou
    • Title: Hamiltonian Dynamics in Chemical reactions: Energy Barrier and Transition Path
    • Mentor Yuan Gao

  • Colton Griffin
    • Title: Scattering Theory and the Finite Disc Well
    • Mentor Kiril Datchev

  • Xiaoyu Liu
    • Title: Limiting distributions of self-interacting random walks
    • Mentor Jonathon Peterson

  • Parth Patel
    • Title: Simulations in the Kardar-Parisi-Zhang Class
    • Mentor Chris Janjigia

  • Audrey Ward
    • Title: Incorporating Global Navigation Satellite Systems into Automated Precision Forestry
    • Mentor Guofan Shao (Forestry and Natural Resources)

  • Micky Santiago-Zayas
    • Title: Random walks on products of free groups
    • Mentor Tom Sinclair

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