Applied Mathematics and Statistics – 2020 Projects

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics is a center for the study and development of mathematical disciplines, especially oriented to helping solve modern society’s most complex challenges. Applied mathematics and statistics are integral to emerging fields, such as computational medicine/biology, language processing, information security, and computer science. In today’s data-intensive world, applied mathematics is used to answer questions and solve problems in areas as diverse as engineering, finance, government, and law, and national defense.

2020 Design Day Projects

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Expected Survival Time of a Probabilistic Counting-out Game on a Line
Authors: Tingting Ou, Michelle Shu, and John Wierman

Efficient and Non-efficient Domination of Z-stacked Archimedean Lattices
Authors: Lyle Paskowitz and Nathan Vallapureddy