Math research student.

Undergraduate Research

Seminar for Undergraduate Mathematics (S.U.M.) 2016-2017:

FALL 2016

Speaker: Melvin Lipka
Title: Identification of time-dependent control parameter through finite difference method in parabolic partial differential equation
Date: Wednesday, September 21
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)
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Speaker: Samundra Regmi

Title: Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange Protocol
Date: Wednesday, October 19
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)
Math conference

Speaker: Nirjal Shrestha
Title: Iterative Methods I: Newton's Method
Date: Wednesday, November 16
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)
Nirjal Shrestha speaking

SPRING 2017 

Speaker: Melvin Lipka
Title: Identification of time-dependent control parameter through finite difference method in parabolic partial differential equation
Date: Wednesday, February 15
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)

Speaker: Mariama J.  Abramson
Title: Disparities in Cutaneous Melanoma Hazard Rates Between Whites and Black/African Americans in the U.S.A.
Date: Wednesday, March 29
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)
Mariama Ambramson at the math conference

Speaker: Jashmon Rana
Title: Comparison of numerical solutions of Advection-Reaction-Dispersion Model
Date: Wednesday, April 19
Time: 4:00 pm
Location: BUR026 (basement of Burch Hall)

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 SEMINAR FOR UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS (S.U.M.)

 

Joint Mathematics Meetings (January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, GA)

  • Melvin Lipka – Identification of time-dependent control parameter through finite difference method in the parabolic partial differential equation.
    Advisor: Dr. Narayan Thapa

 

  • Nirjal Shrestha – Convergence of iterative methods under weak conditions.
    Advisor: Dr. Ioannis K. Argyros

 

  • Samundra Regmi – Diffie-Hellman key exchange protocol and its software implementation.
    Advisor: Dr. Parshuram Budhathoki

 

  • Jashmon Rana – Comparison of numerical solution of Advection-Reaction-Dispersion model.
    Advisor: Dr. Gokul Kadel and Dr. Narayan Thapa

 

  • Mariama J. Abramson – Disparities in Cutaneous Melanoma hazard rates between Whites and Black/African Americans in the USA from 1973 through 2014.
    Advisor: Dr. Jean-Jacques Kengwoung-Keumo


If you are a student at Cameron University who is interested in mathematics, mathematics education, or applications of mathematics (whatever you're currently majoring), consider participating in mathematical research. The following is a list of faculty members, with brief descriptions of some of their research interests, in the Department of Mathematical Sciences who may be available to act as mentors.

 

 
FACULTY MENTORS

James Dover (copy)

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Research Interests include: Topology; Combinatorics; Graph Theory; Abstract Algebra

 

Gregory J. Herring (copy)

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
Research interests include Computational Mathematics

 

Jean-Jacques Kengwoung-Keumo (copy)

Ph.D., New Mexico State University
Research interests include Statistical and mathematical modeling in biomedical, social and environmental sciences; Differential Equations

 

Hong Li (copy)

Ph.D., Bowling Green State University
Research interests include Statistical Methodology and its applications, including Multiple Comparisons; Robust Regression Models; Survival Analysis

 

Narayan Thapa (copy)

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Research interests include Interdisciplinary Applied Inverse Problems; Mathematical Modeling