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On Saturday, April 6, nine mathematics majors presented their research at the 20th annual Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, held at Williams College.   This is largest undergraduate mathematics conference in the U.S.

  • Abby Lippitt '13, Refining the Model: Imposing Boundaries on Fractals (Mentor: David Brown)
  • Angela Kramer '13 and Katie Ahrens '15, Properties of M-bonacci Sequences (Mentor: David Brown)
  • Delani Cele '14, Describing and Understanding Fractional Derivatives (Mentor: Osman Yurekli)
  • Jihyun Rachel Lee '14, Developing an Alternative Definition of Fractional Derivatives (Mentor: Osman Yurekli)
  • Frank Conde '14, Generalizing Prime-Divisible Sequences (Mentor: Emilie Wiesner)
  • Sam Reed '14, Wallpaper Groups applied to the Hexagonal Bead Pattern of a Bracelet (Mentor: Emilie Wiesner)
  • Michael Griffith '14, Emergence of Figurate Numbers in Fibonacci-like Sequences (Mentor: Osman Yurekli)
  • Iancu Dima '16, A Generalized Pascal's Triangle and Fibonacci-type Sequences (Mentor: Osman Yurekli)

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