Irena Swanson
Irena Swanson's Thesis Students
The following three were my Ph.D. students at New Mexico State University:

Mark Rhodes, Ph.D., New Mexico State University, 2001,
"An algorithm for the computation of adjoints of monomial ideals
in polynomial rings".

Ibrahim AlAyyoub, Ph.D., New Mexico State University, 2004,
"The RatliffRush closure and a minimal Groebner basis for certain affine
monomial curves".

Rebecca Elaine Garcia, Ph.D., New Mexico State University, 2004,
"On the minors of catalecticant matrices and
on the coadunation of generalized crowns".
I coadvised the following Master's/Ph.D. students:

Elena Grieco, 2005, Ph.D., coadvised with Anna Guerrieri, University of L'Aquila,
Italy.

Trung Dinh, 2009, Ph.D., advised by Paul Roberts, University of Utah.

Francesca Di Giovannantonio, 2010, Ph.D., coadvised with Anna Guerrieri, University
of L'Aquila, Italy.

Alessio Sammartano, 2012, Master's degree, coadvised with Marco D'Anna, University of
Catania, Italy.
The following were my Reed College senior thesis students:

Evan Ward, "Prime Filtrations of Monomial Rings", 2006.

Vanessa Holfeltz, "A LieTheoretic Approach to Robot Kinematics", 2007.

Timothy Armstrong,
"Federal Research Funding and Patenting in U.S. Universities"
(MathematicsEconomics, main advisor Jeffrey Parker), 2007.

Michael Allard,
"Anomalous Diffusion, Fractional Calculus, and Random Walks"
(MathematicsPhysics, coadvised with Nicholas Wheeler), 2008.

Eric BrattainMorrin, "Entropy, Computation, and Demons", 2008.

Jessica Gill, "Monomial Ideals", 2008.

Chris Cotter, "Permanental Ideals", 2009.

Bryan Head, "An Abstraction of Evolution through Algebra", 2009.

Joshua O'Rourke, "Frobenius Numbers of Consecutive Squares", 2009.

Joseph Hand,"Creative Destruction in a Dynamic Stochastic General
Equilibrium Framework : Evaluation through Calibration and Simulation"
(MathematicsEconomics, main advisor Jeffrey Parker), 2009.

Gavin Bell,
"Associated Primes of a Modified MayrMeyer Ideal with n = 1",
2011.

David Nielsen,
"A Problem of Zarankiewicz",
2011.

Julia Porcino,
"An Analysis of Permanental Ideals over Hypermatrices",
2011.

Ryan Wall, "A Safari Through Algebraic Geometry", 2012.

Jay Harman, "Two Algorithms and a Miracle", 2012.

Clara Redwood,
"Curving Paper: a Folding Algorithm for Origami Ellipsoid Patterns
Using Curved Crease Couplets", 2013.

Brett Beutell,
"To Bayes or Not to Bayes: Markov Chain Monte Carlo for Approximation of
the Posterior Distribution of Bayesian Networks", 2014.

Johannes Harkins,
"Testing the Efficiency of Sports Betting Markets: An Examination of
National Football Leage and English Premier League Betting",
(MathematicsEconomics, coadvised with Jeffrey Parker), 2014.

Galen O'Sullivan, "Counting on Simplicial Complexes", 2014.

Elijah Van Wing,
"Present Value Under NonConstant Models of Interest", 2014.

Chris Vittal,
"NonUnique Factorization in Rings of IntegerValued Polynomials", 2014.

Damon Melton,
"Jordan Canonical Forms of Commuting Nilpotent Matrices", 2015.

Liam Bowcock,
"Aggregating Over Ordinal Scales Using the Sugeno Integral",
coadvised with Tom Wieting,
2016.

Saul Chasin,
"Auctions speak louder than words : application of alternate auction criteria
to dynamic tax investment", (MathematicsEconomics, main advisor Jon Rork), 2016.

William Holdhusen,
"First quantization of the radiation reaction force" (MathematicsPhysics,
main advisor Joel Franklin),
2016.

Charles McIntyre,
"Computing the band structure of InSb and CdTe quandum dots"
(MathematicsPhysics, main advisor John Essick),
2016.

Muldrow Etheredge,
"Electrodynamics on Smooth PseudoRiemannian Manifolds"
(MathematicsPhysics, coadvised with Joel Franklin), 2017.

Rik Ghosh,
"Parametric Curve Fitting and Vector Graphics", 2017.

Forrest Glebe,
"Pushing the limit", 2017.

Nicholas Terry,
"Determining Restrictions on Potentially Friendly Numbers",
coadvised with Shawn Baland, 2017.

Sarah Weinstein,
"Predicted Decay Ideal", 2017.

Richard Pham,
"Graph Reconfiguration in the Context of Permutation Routing"
(MathematicsComputer Science), 2019.

Hayden Veytia,
"An Encyclopedia of Infinitely Nested Square Roots", 2019.

Will Daniel,
"Machine Learning Application in Credit Card Fraud"
(MathematicsEconomics, main advisor Jeff Parker), 2020.

Young Kim,
"Resolutions of Rees Algebras", 2020.
Created: 19 August 2014