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2006–2007 Students

The following is a list of students taking Math 197 in 2006–2007, with links to their senior thesis webpages, which include links to their thesis proposals, abstracts, and final theses.

Student Advisor Second Reader Thesis
Jonathan Azose Arthur T. Benjamin Kristina Garrett (St. Olaf) Applications of the q-Binomial Coefficients to Counting Problems
Kazh D. Brito Andrew J. Bernoff Shenda Baker Hole Closure in Langmuir Fluid Monolayers
Victor H. Camacho Darryl Yong Jon T. Jacobsen Analyzing Traveling Waves in a Viscoelastic Generalization of Burgers' Equation
Michael W. Hansen Francis Edward Su Michael Orrison Algebra and Phylogenetic Trees
Andrea Heald Ghassan Sarkis (Pomona) Michael Orrison Understanding Counterexamples to Lubin's Conjecture
Nicholas Herman
(spring-fall)
Darryl Yong Maria Klawe Investigating the Use of Brainfingers in Children with Cerebral Palsy for Spatial-Motor Education
Alexander Izsak Nicholas Pippenger Ran Libeskind-Hadas (CS) Special Cases of Carry Propagation
Marie Jameson Michael Orrison Nathan Ryan (UCLA) Voting Paradoxes Caused by Dropping Candidates in an Election
Masanori Koyama Michael Orrison Nathan Ryan (UCLA) A Decimation-in-Frequency Fast-Fourier Transform for the Symmetric Group
James R. Moore Jon T. Jacobsen Lisette de Pillis An ODE Model of Biochemotherapy Treatment for Cancer
Eugene Lee Quan Susan E. Martonosi Francis Edward Su Effective Cost Allocation for Deterrence of Terrorists
Chee Meng Tan Alfonso Castro Jon T. Jacobsen Infinitely Many Radial Solutions to a Superlinear Dirichlet Problem
Ivan Ventura Alfonso Castro Jon T. Jacobsen Radial Solutions to an Elliptic Boundary Valued Problem
Daniel Walton Arthur T. Benjamin Sanjai Gupta A Tiling Approach to Chebyshev Polynomials

Proposals are also available.