Williams 310

11:15 - 11:25 Laynie Jensen (SUNY Cortland), Modeling Slime Mold Decision-making: The U-shaped Trap Problem
11:30-11:40 Justin Kipp (SUNY Brockport), Prime Numbers in between Fibonacci NumbersĀ 
11:45-11:55 Hugh McKenny (Hobart and William Smith Colleges), Optimizing Fairness in British Parliamentary Debates
12:00-12:10 Briana Palmer (SUNY Brockport), A Conjecture of George Miliakos
1:30-1:40 Quinn Kolt (Rochester Institute of Technology), An Upper Bound for the Sum of Cyclic Probabilities
1:45-1:55 Nicole Zhe (SUNY Brockport), A Monotone Sequence Related to Prime Numbers
2:00-2:20 Molly Noel (Ithaca College), Online Change-Point Detection in the Mean of High-Dimensional Data
2:25-2:45 Matthew Ficarra (SUNY Geneseo), Tirdiagonal Matrices with Continued Fractions
2:50-3:10 Ryan Gelnett (SUNY Oswego), Folding Polyominoes

Williams 317

11:15 - 11:25 Emily Hampston (SUNY Brockport), Prime Numbers in between Fibonacci Numbers
11:30-11:40 Alexandra Lewis (SUNY Oneonta), Coding with Application
11:45-11:55 Morgan Sherwood (SUNY Brockport), Three Squares in a Circle
12:00-12:10 Nicolas van Kempen (SUNY Oswego), Cocycle Invariant and Oriented Singular Knots
1:30-1:40 Megan Hardenbrook (SUNY Brockport), An Alternate Method of Finding Maximum and Minimum of a Multivariable Function
1:45-1:55 Una MacDonald (SUNY Brockport), Probabilities in Number Theory
2:00-2:20 Molly Marshall (SUNY Geneseo), Standing in a Room Full of Mirrors
2:25-2:45 Andrew Ditzel (SUNY Oneonta), The Congruence of Curves in the Three Dimensional Space
2:50-3:10 Eric Piato (SUNY Geneseo), Critical Groups of Strongly Regular Graphs