The recent EXPO of student research featured three students from our department.
Lane Ellisor won a prize for his poster on “The effects of damping on rogue wave formation and permanent downshifting.”
Briana Brunson is earning a master’s degree in mathematical sciences from our graduate program and gave a presentation based on her thesis analyzing raindrop data: “Comparing partitioning methods for rainfall“.
Finally, Will Myrick (who is a math major as well as a data science major) won a prize for his poster about his data science project “Drowsiness detection using a convolutional neural network“.
We are grateful to all three students for making the extra effort to participate in this event and proud of their impressive research results.