Senior Honors Projects

Mariel Supina, 2016

Grover's Search Algorithm: Quantum Speed-UP

Jacob Learned, 2016

Quantum Neural Networks

Thomas Riggs, 2016

Counting Cycles in Directed Graphs

Jacob Maibach, 

Uniform Matroids, Transversal Extensions, and Set System Mobility

Changkai Sun, 2015

Blow up and scattering thresholds for the focusing nonlinear Schroedinger equation

Jiayuan Wang, 2014

A computational method for solving exponential-polynomial Diophantine equations

Milica Taskovic, 2014

Axiom of Choice across Mathematical Disciplines
This project was supported by CCAS Luther Rice Undergraduate Research Fellowship.

James Clark, 2014

Complexity of Orders on Computable Groups
This project was presented at GW research Day on April1, 2014.

Andrew Hirsch, 2013

Turing Categories
This project was presented at GW Research Day on April 2, 2013.

Caprice Rayn Stanley, 2013,

Chromatic Symmetric Functions and Graph Gluing

William C. Smith, 2012,

Categorical semantics of quantum protocols
This research project is supported by GW George Gamow Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Katie Walsh, 2008,

Minesweeper matrices, rectangular diagrams, and the Alexander polynomia.

Larisa Perolli, 2006

The Unimodality and Log-Concavity of the Independence Numbers of Certain Lattice Path Matroids.
This work appeared in: Sarah Baker and Larisa Perolli, Unimodality and Log-Concavity of the Independence and Whitney Numbers of Certain Lattice Path Matroids, Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, 12:6, Spring 2007, 325-334, and won the 2007 Richard V. Andree Award for the best student-written paper.

Sarah Baker, 2006

The Unimodality and Log-Concavity of the Whitney Numbers of Certain Lattice Path Matroids.
This work appeared in: Sarah Baker and Larisa Perolli, Unimodality and Log-Concavity of the Independence and Whitney Numbers of Certain Lattice Path Matroids, Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, 12:6, Spring 2007, 325-334, and won the 2007 Richard V. Andree Award for the best student-written paper.

David Penneys, 2005,

A Survey of Hyperbolic Groups Acting on their Gromov Boundaries.

Amy L. Nagahashi, 2001,

Billiard Links in the 3-Ball.

Nirit Sandman, 2000,

An Exploration of a Type-B Tamari Poset. This work appeared in: 
Nirit Sandman, A type-B Tamari poset, Discrete Applied Mathematics 143 (2004) 110–122.