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2011–2012 Students

The following is a list of students taking Math 197 in 2011–2012, with links to their senior thesis webpages, which include links to their thesis proposals.

Student Advisor Second Reader Thesis
Craig Burkhart Francis Edward Su Ann N. Trenk (Wellesley) Approval Voting Theory with Multiple Levels of Approval
Trevor Caldwell Alfonso Castro Jon T. Jacobsen Nonlinear Wave Equations and Solitary Wave Solutions in Mathematical Physics
John Choi Nicholas Pippenger Arthur T. Benjamin Counting Vertices in Isohedral Tilings
Harris Enniss Alfonso Castro Jon T. Jacobsen A Refined Saddle Point Theorem and Applications
Patrick Eschenfeldt Francis Edward Su Nicholas Pippenger Approval Voting in Box Societies
August Guang Francis Edward Su Stephen E. Adolph Switching Between Cooperation and Competition in Social Selection
Katie Hawley Nicholas Pippenger Arthur T. Benjamin A Survey on Random Topological Surfaces
(not available)
Curtis Heberle Arthur T. Benjamin Kimberly Kindred A Combinatorial Approach to $r$-Fibonacci Numbers
Jennifer Iglesias Ran Libeskind-Hadas (CS) Nicholas Pippenger Searching Stars for a Moving Hider
Kym Louie Arthur T. Benjamin, Art Horowitz (Pomona) Tom Leabhart (Pomona) Flatterland: The Play
Palmer Mebane Michael Orrison Nicholas Pippenger Uniquely Solvable Puzzles and Fast Matrix Multiplication
Jack Newhouse Matthew Davis Michael Orrison Explorations of the Aldous Order on Representations of the Symmetric Group
Alice Paul Susan E. Martonosi Nicholas Pippenger Detecting Covert Members of Terrorist Networks
Aaron Pribadi Michael Orrison Weiqing Gu Algebraic Methods for Log-Linear Models
Dhruv Ranganathan Dagan Karp Davesh Maulik (MIT) Gromov-Witten Theory of Blowups of Toric Threefolds
Louis Ryan Andrew J. Bernoff Chad M. Topaz Analysis of Swarm Behavior in Two Dimensions
Maia Valcarce Rachel Levy Darryl Yong Russian Mathematical Pedagogy in Reasoning Mind

Proposals are also available.