Faculty & Student Research
Each student in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics engages in a large undergraduate research project prior to graduation as part of the Senior Capstone requirement. Many times this research leads to new results or novel approaches to previously known results. Students work under the supervision of a faculty mentor on a one (or two) semester project that culminates in a paper and a public presentation.
Josh Bradley and Dr. Sherif Rashad are currently working with the OPNET Modeler Wireless Suite to create new algorithms for 4G network prediction. Click here for more information.
Areas of Faculty Research
Algebra and Discrete Mathematics
Some Recent Capstone Projects
Satisfiability and the Implication GraphRandom Graphs for Modeling Social NetworksWomen in MathematicsRandom MonkeysA Cross-platform Graphical Approach to Course SchedulingAn Online Scoring SystemA Basis for Six Node Freeway DiagramsA Systems Level Approach to CubeSat Subsystem IntegrationBayesian Method Applied to Single Period Aggregate Claims Process Using the Weibull DistributionA Computer Lab Login SystemThe Quadratic Formula: Past to Present