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ARTU Presents

Undergraduate Mathematics Majors in the Advanced Research Training for Undergraduates (ARTU) program will present their research this Fall 2014. Watch our events list for upcoming titles and abstracts. The ARTU presentation schedule is as follows:

Nati Friedenberg and Alan Talmage
Wednesday, October 8, 4:00-5:00pm in Cupples I, room 199.
ARTU Research Scholar Natanel Friedenberg will present Homology Representations of the Symmetric Groups
ARTU Research Scholar Alan Talmage will present Spectra of Quantum Graph

Anthony Grebe and Philip Bonneville
Thursday, Oct 9, 10:00-11:00am in Cupples I, room 199.
ARTU Research Scholar Philip Bonneville will present Arithmetic Geometry and the Symmetries of Trinomials
ARTU Research Scholar Anthony Grebe will present Dimensionality Reduction of Data Sets

Zoe Rehnberg, Patrick Lopatto, and Tyler Ellison
Thurs, Oct 9, 2:30-4:00pm in Cupples I, room 199.
ARTU Research Assistant Tyler Ellison will present Geometric Theory of Boundary Value Problems for Schrödinger Operator
ARTU Research Scholar Patrick Lopatto will present Schatten-class truncated Toeplitz operators
ARTU Research Assistant Zoe Rehnberg will present ERGM under measurement error

Congratulations to our scholars. Learn more about ARTU at http://pages.wust.edu/artu⇨

Enjoyed this story?  See also the June 2014 News story Advanced Research Training for Undergraduates⇨

— Math news, stories, videos, and interviews by Marie C. Taris, http://www.math.wustl.edu/marietaris/math.html⇨

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