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Our commitment to inclusivity

Diversity and inclusivity are necessary partners. Without inclusivity, the benefits of diversity — an increase in understanding, improvement in performance, enhanced innovation, and heightened levels of satisfaction — will not be realized. We commit to investments in both, to create a community in which difference is valued, where each individual’s identity and contributions are treated with respect, and where differences lead to a strengthened identity for all. See Dartmouth College Inclusive Excellence Action Plan and Arts and Sciences Inclusive Excellence Reports.

All undergraduates who have done research projects in pure or applied mathematics are invited to present a poster at the department’s annual Undergraduate Poster Session. Although we are unable to have an in-person poster session this year, we encourage you to submit your PDF poster or project to deptaa@math.dartmouth.edu. We will add your posters and projects to our virtual gallery to showcase your work.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions we were unable to host an in-person poster session in 2020. However, we are pleased to share the team project presentations from Math 70, Elements of Multivariate Statistics and Statistical Learning, taught by Professor Eugene Demidenko this spring. Data scientists are among the most in-demand technical jobs, and Dartmouth offers a Mathematical Data Science major with Math 70 as the culminating course. The course combines theoretical mathematics empowered by proficient programming in R for solving real-life problems, such as the analysis of COVID-19 dynamics and its prediction, and prepares students for a career in data analysis and statistical problem solutions.

- Optimal Portfolio Allocation
- Osman Khan, Tudor Muntianu, Joe Gyorda, Sri Yenamandra, Oliver Levy
- Benford’s Law
- Tanli Su, Sophie Wang, Saunak Badam, Aaron Lee, Alexander (Sasha) Kokoshinskiy
- COVID-19 Data Analysis & Prediction
- Clayton Bass, Thomas Brown, Kayshav Prakash, Bruce Zou, Allison Tong
- First Place, Applied Mathematics
- For Whom the Bell Tolls: Modeling Wind Chimes with the Classical Wave Equation
- Louisa Gao ’22, Matthew Sawicki ’20
- Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Modeling Spillovers of Emerging Infectious Diseases with Intermediate Hosts
- Katherine Royce ’19
- Third Place, Applied Mathematics
- Varying Measles Vaccination Rates in a Theoretical Prison Population
- Addison Green, Erika Hernandez, Kenna Vansteyn
- First Place, Pure Mathematics
- Continued Fractions and abc-Triples
- Ethan Goldman
- Second Place, Pure Mathematics
- $\alpha\beta\gamma$ Conjecture for Gaussian Integers
- Jared Hodes, Liam Morris, Tanish Raghavan, May Fahrenthold, Dylan Burke
- First Place, Applied Mathematics
- Exploring Health Policies to Prevent Another SARS Outbreak in Hong Kong
- Ray Guo, Matthew Yung, Hailey Jiang, Eva Wang
- Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Spread of the Renaissance through Publication Networks
- Brian Chekal, Jason Cheal
- Third Place, Applied Mathematics
- Sentiment-Based Prediction of Alternative Cryptocurrency Price Fluctuations Using a Gradient Boosting Tree Mode
- Anup Chamrajnagar, Xander Fong, Tianyu “Ray” Li, Nick Rizik
- First Place, Pure Mathematics
- Embedding the Complete Bipartite Graph
- Jacob Marchman
- First Place, Applied Mathematics
- A Model for Self-Sustaining Litopenaeus Vannamei Farm Alternatives
- Anup Chamrajnagar, Jason Cheal, John Glance, Xander Fong
- Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Mathematical Modeling of Cancer Growth
- Yixuan He
- Third Place, Applied Mathematics
- Modeling Solid Fuel Rocket Launch and Orbit
- Jon Chu, Annika Roise, Ethan Isaacson
- First Place, Pure Mathematics
- Lying on the Fermat Primality Test
- Jared Duker Lichtman
- First Place, Applied Mathematics
- Analyzing
*in vitro*Monolayer and 3-D Spheroid Culture Response of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Cell Line H358 to Bortezomib Drug Treatment - Yixuan He
- Shared Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Rumor Spreading in Social Networks
- Ke Li, Min Hyung Kang, Qi Wei
- Shared Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Antibiotics: Pharmaceutical Incentives in Monopoly
- Ryan Schiller, Daniel Salas
- First Place, Pure Mathematics
- Hemipolyhedra and their connection to $\boldsymbol{RP} ^{2}$ and the torus
- Julio Resendiz
- Second Place, Pure Mathematics
- The Plastic Number and Padovan Cuboid Spiral
- Helena Caswell
- First Place, Applied Mathematics
- Transmission of Bubonic Plague along the Via Francigena in the 14th Century
- Christine Lu, Mary Rogers, Anita Kodali
- Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Universal Voluntary Testing and Antiretroviral therapy: A Comparison of 2 HIV Models
- Jennifer Jin, Eileen Jin
- First Place, Pure Mathematics
- Transplantation of Eigenfunctions on Isospectal Domians
- Feynman Liang
- Second Place, Pure Mathematics
- The Complement of the Figure 8 Knot in the 3-Sphere
- Molly McBride
- First Place, Applied Mathematics
- Michelle Chen, Paula Chen, Milan Huynh, Evan Rheingold, Ann Dnham
- Shared Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Ivan Antoniv
- Shared Second Place, Applied Mathematics
- Andi Leibowitz, Emily Hoffman
- First Place, Pure Mathematics
- Annie Laurie Mauhs-Pugh
- Shared Second Place, Pure Mathematics
- Hanh Nguyen
- Shared Second Place, Pure Mathematics
- Adenrele Adewusi
- Shared Second Place, Pure Mathematics
- Ethan Thomas
- First Place
- The Fractal Nature of Schottky Groups
- John Conley
- Second Place
- Construction of the Flag of Nepal in the Conjugate Coordinate System using Mathematica
- Pawan Dhakal
- Third Place
- Interval Vector Polytopes
- Gabriel Dorfsman-Hopkins
- First Place
- Boundary Methods for Variable Coefficient Helmholtz Boundary Value
- Brad Nelson
- Second Place
- Reading with new eyes: Single word network analysis of the representation of biofuels in contemporary media
- Anna Morenz
- Third Place
- The Spectral Structure of the Credit Default Swap Market
- Philip Winsor
- Winning posters for Brad Nelson (first place), Anna Morenz (second), and Philip Winsor (third)