Project: Mathematical Moeling of the Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, and Vaccine Therapy of Cancer. Supported by NSF Grant 0414011.
The following students are co-supervised by Professor Lisette de Pillis:
- David Gross
- James Moore
- Benjamin Preskill
- Michael Daub
Project: Hamilton's Ricci Flow
Project: Optimal Control of the Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy, and Vaccine Therapy of Cancer. Supported by NSF Grant 0414011.
The following students were co-supervised by Professor Lisette de Pillis:
- Dylan Helliwell: Quaternion Numbers and Spin Structures, Summer 1997.
- Naveen Mathew: Computer Aided Geometric Design, Summer 1998.
- Ryan Haskett: Vector Calculus, Fields and Flows on 3-dimensional Manifolds, Summer 1999.
- Ian Weiner: Minkowski Geometric Algebra of Quaternion Sets, Summer 2000.
- Christopher Pries: Examples of Cayley Manifolds in R8 , Summer 2001
- Micah Smukler: Minimal Symmetrizing Sets of Multiaffine Polynomials, Summer 2001.
- Ross Richardson: Averaging Curves in the Plane, Summer 2002.
- Christopher Pries: Classification of Symmetric Cayley Graphs, Summer 2002.
- Micah Smukler: Topology and Geometry of Minkowski Products of Plane Curves, Summer 2002.
- The following students were co-supervised with Professor Lisette de Pillis on our joint research project: Optimizing Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy of Tumors through Mathematical Modeling, Summer 2003.
- William Chang
- Lindsay Crowl
- Eric Malm
- Katherine Todd-Brown
- Lorraine Thorns
- Michael Vrable
- Jeffery Jauregui: Applying Level Set Methods to the Modeling of Tumor Growth, ar,d Response to Chemotherapy, Summer 2004.