Graduate Students in Applied Mathematics Present Research at Regional Conferences

Posted on 5/8/2013 8:20:56 AM

Three students in the M.S. in Applied Mathematics program presented their work at two regional mathematics conferences.

Richard Coultas, Ryan Grove, and Jeremy Yagle presented at the Allegheny Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America Spring 2013 meeting at IUP on April 5–6, 2013.

Ryan Grove, Scott Rega, and Jon Wayland presented at the annual spring meeting of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association on April 17–18, 2013.

Ryan Grove presented his master’s thesis work, “Immersed Boundary Modeling of Journal Bearings in a Viscoelastic Fluid.” Jon Wayland and Scott Rega presented “White-Tailed Deer Forecast,” Jeremy Yagle presented “Mathematical Models of Running,” and Richard Coultas presented “An Introduction to Non-Repetitive Sequences.” Wayland, Rega, Yagle, and Coultas presented work they had completed for Rick Adkins’ Modeling and Simulation class.

Department of Mathematics