My Experience As An It Data Intern, 2024 Winona State University
My Experience As An It Data Intern, Annajo V. Vonseth
Research & Creative Achievement Day
This poster presentation is focused on my internship as an IT Data Intern with B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO). I was able to use the skills already learned through courses here at WSU to help project and produce highend reports. Additionally, I was incharge of the creation of the survey all the way to creating the PowerPoint presentation with the results. I will also discuss how Microsoft Suites played a huge role in my daytoday work, from large, complex data sets to cleaning and refining old data, I will be discussing the skills I learned during my time as an …
Using Data Visualizations To Analyze Employee Performance At Xcel Energy, 2024 Winona State University
Using Data Visualizations To Analyze Employee Performance At Xcel Energy, Abby Venz
Research & Creative Achievement Day
Companies often are curious about their employee performance. But how, exactly, do they analyze this? As a Data Analytics Intern for Xcel Energy, I was in charge of doing just this. This poster will walk you through the methods used to analyze and model employee performance, as well as the results found and the different ways managers at Xcel Energy used them
Data Analytics Internship At Fastenal, 2024 Winona State University
Data Analytics Internship At Fastenal, Jacob J. Haines
Research & Creative Achievement Day
The poster will present the results from an analysis of Fastenal's customer base to find characteristics among them that serve as useful predictors of their spending habits. This will allow Fastenal to create more accurate control groups when assessing the effectiveness of various marketing initiatives. This poster acts as the communication of capstone experience outcomes which is required for Data Science majors in addition to the capstone experience.
Statistics For Iwasawa Invariants Of Elliptic Curves, Ii, 2024 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Statistics For Iwasawa Invariants Of Elliptic Curves, Ii, Debanjana Kundu, Anwesh Ray
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Faculty Publications and Presentations
We study the average behavior of the Iwasawa invariants for Selmer groups of elliptic curves. These results lie at the intersection of arithmetic statistics and Iwasawa theory. We obtain lower bounds for the density of rational elliptic curves with prescribed Iwasawa invariants.
The Lowest Discriminant Ideal Of CayleyHamilton Hopf Algebras, 2024 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
The Lowest Discriminant Ideal Of CayleyHamilton Hopf Algebras, Zhongkai Mi
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
Discriminant ideals are defined for an algebra R with central subalgebra C and trace tr : R → C. They are indexed by positive integers and more general than discriminants. Usually R is required to be a finite module over C. Unlike the abundace of work on discriminants, there is hardly any literature on discriminant ideals. The levels of discriminant ideals relate to the sums of squares of dimensions of irreducible modules over maximal ideals of C containing these discriminant ideals. We study the lowest level when R is a CayleyHamilton Hopf algebra, i.e. C is also a Hopf subalgebra, …
“Don’T Call On Me!”: Mediating Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Mathematics Anxiety In A ProblemBased Classroom, 2024 SUNY New Paltz
“Don’T Call On Me!”: Mediating Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Mathematics Anxiety In A ProblemBased Classroom, Christina Koehne, Wenyen Huang, Nataly Chesky
Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning
This study aims to understand the ways in which problembased teaching in a mathematics content course can alleviate preservice elementary school teachers' mathematics anxiety. The significance of this work is to help increase the content and pedagogical knowledge of mathematics education, as outlined in STEM policies. Using a mixed method approach, the teachersresearchers explore what methods, procedures, and other perhaps unknown variables, helped preservice elementary teachers decrease their mathematics anxiety during two mathematics content courses. The findings illuminate five major themes the authors discuss, which are illustrated by rich descriptions of students’ narratives and interviews. Given the importance of mathematics …
Extensions Of Algebraic Frames, 2024 Florida Atlantic University
Extensions Of Algebraic Frames, Papiya Bhattacharjee
Mathematics Colloquium Series
A frame is a complete lattice that satisfies a strong distributive law, known as the frame law. Frames are also known as Pointfree Topology, as every topology is a frame. Even though the concept of frames originated from topology, the idea has expanded to many other areas of mathematics and frames are now studied in their own merit. Given two frame L and M, we say M is an extension of L if L is a subframe of M. In this talk we will discuss different types of frames extensions, such as Rigid extension, rextension, and r*extension between two frames. …
Extensions Of Algebraic Frames, 2024 Florida Atlantic University
Extensions Of Algebraic Frames, Papiya Bhattacharjee
Algebra Seminar
A frame is a complete lattice that satisfies a strong distributive law, known as the frame law. Frames are also known as Pointfree Topology, as every topology is a frame. Even though the concept of frames originated from topology, the idea has expanded to many other areas of mathematics and frames are now studied in their own merit. Given two frame L and M, we say M is an extension of L if L is a subframe of M. In this talk we will discuss different types of frames extensions, such as Rigid extension, rextension, and r*extension between two frames. …
Generalized QFock Spaces And Structural Identities, 2024 Chapman University
Generalized QFock Spaces And Structural Identities, Daniel Alpay, Paula Cerejeiras, Uwe Kaehler, Baruch Schneider
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
Using 𝑞calculus we study a family of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces which interpolate between the Hardy space and the Fock space. We give characterizations of these spaces in terms of classical operators such as integration and backwardshift operators, and their 𝑞calculus counterparts. Furthermore, these new spaces allow us to study intertwining operators between classic backwardshift operators and the qJackson derivative.
Hgs3 The Influence Of A Tandem Cycling Program In The Community On Physical And Functional Health, Therapeutic Bonds, And Quality Of Life For Individuals And Care Partners Coping With Parkinson’S Disease, 2024 university of south carolina school of medicine greenville
Hgs3 The Influence Of A Tandem Cycling Program In The Community On Physical And Functional Health, Therapeutic Bonds, And Quality Of Life For Individuals And Care Partners Coping With Parkinson’S Disease, Leila Djerdjour, Jennifer L. Trilk
SC Upstate Research Symposium
Purpose Statement: Several studies have shown that aerobic exercise can have a positive impact on alleviating symptoms experienced by individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD). Despite this evidence, the potential benefits of exercise for both PD patients and their care partners (PD dyad) remain unexplored. This research project investigates the effectiveness, therapeutic collaborations, and physical outcomes of a virtual reality (VR) tandem cycling program specifically designed for PD dyads.
Methods: Following approval from the Prisma Health Institutional Review Board, individuals with PD were identified and screened by clinical neurologists. The pretesting measures for PD dyads (N=9) included emotional and cognitive status …
On Axially Rational Regular Functions And Schur Analysis In The CliffordAppell Setting, 2024 Chapman University
On Axially Rational Regular Functions And Schur Analysis In The CliffordAppell Setting, Daniel Alpay, Fabrizio Colombo, Antonino De Martino, Kamal Diki, Irene Sabadini
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
In this paper we start the study of Schur analysis for Cauchy–Fueter regular quaternionicvalued functions, i.e. null solutions of the Cauchy–Fueter operator in . The novelty of the approach developed in this paper is that we consider axially regular functions, i.e. functions spanned by the socalled CliffordAppell polynomials. This type of functions arises naturally from two wellknown extension results in hypercomplex analysis: the Fueter mapping theorem and the generalized Cauchy–Kovalevskaya (GCK) extension. These results allow one to obtain axially regular functions starting from analytic functions of one real or complex variable. Precisely, in the Fueter theorem two operators play a …
Optimal Control Of Coefficients For The Second Order Parabolic Free Boundary Problems, 2024 University of Miami
Optimal Control Of Coefficients For The Second Order Parabolic Free Boundary Problems, Ali Hagverdiyev
Mathematics Colloquium Series
In this talk I will discuss Inverse Stefan type free boundary problem for the second order parabolic equation arising for instance, in modeling of laser ablation of biomedical tissues, where the information on the coefficients, heat flux on the fixed boundary, and density of heat sources are missing and must be found along with the temperature and free boundary. New PDE constrained optimal control framework is employed, where the missing data and the free boundary are components of the control vector, and optimality criteria are based on the final moment measurement of the temperature and position of the free boundary. …
The Mathematical And Historical Significance Of The Four Color Theorem, 2024 Ouachita Baptist University
The Mathematical And Historical Significance Of The Four Color Theorem, Brock Bivens
Honors Theses
Researching how the Four Color Theorem was proved, its implications on the mathematical community, and interviews with working mathematicians to develop my own personal opinions on the significance of the Four Color Theorem.
Structure Of A Class Of Ordinary Differential Equations, 2024 Fort Hays State University
Structure Of A Class Of Ordinary Differential Equations, Letao Chang
SACAD: John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activity Days
In the realm of mathematics, an ordinary differential equation (ODE) denotes a particular type of differential equation contingent solely upon a single independent variable. Similar to other differential equations, an ODE involves one or more functions as its unknowns and encompasses derivatives of these functions. The designation "ordinary" serves to distinguish these equations from partial differential equations, which may pertain to multiple independent variables.
Youth In Need Data Analysis, 2024 Lindenwood University
Youth In Need Data Analysis, Drew Barnes, Ryan Eckman, Abi Waters
2024 Student Academic Showcase
Youth In Need is a nonprofit that offers mental and physical health resources to kids under the age of 19 in the St. Charles area. They have been in operation for 50 years. Youth In Need is concerned that their services may have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. They have asked Lindenwood’s PIC Math group to review their data over 20152023 and identify trends. Identifying these trends may help the client optimize their resources. So far, the group has identified trends when the intake of new clients occurs as well as trends between the counselors’ clientscores and clients’ selfscores …
Crash Analysis For Lake St. Louis Police Department, 2024 Lindenwood University
Crash Analysis For Lake St. Louis Police Department, Anna Carter, Melisa Murillo, Joseph E. Smith, Mackenzie Holmes
2024 Student Academic Showcase
Lake Saint Louis is a small city of just under 17,000 people in the same county as Lindenwood University. Originally a planned community, it is easily accessible by Interstate 64 and Interstate 70. It also contains two large lakes and shopping centers that attracts visitors to the area. As a result, there has been a number of traffic accidents in the area. The Police Department has requested that Lindenwood’s PIC Math group review data from 20182023 to identify patterns. The group has reviewed the crash data at several locations and under multiple conditions and has uncovered some noticeable trends. The …
Optimal Control For Delayed Nanoparticle Dosing Models Using Conformable Derivatives, 2024 Lindenwood University
Optimal Control For Delayed Nanoparticle Dosing Models Using Conformable Derivatives, Drew Barnes, Micah Duffield, Abi Waters
2024 Student Academic Showcase
Previously, a research group used a theoretical statespace framework to study the effects nanoparticles had on cancerous tumors in mice. Since sensors are used to determine the number of nanoparticles found in the bloodstream, it is natural for a time delay to occur when making adjustments to the dosage. Here, an equal time delay has been put on the state and control to study the effects of multiple dosage strategies. However, these researchers did not consider how the absorption of these nanoparticles would affect treatment. In this project, we construct a model using a conformable derivative first introduced by Khalil …
Game 'Make 24', 2024 Fort Hays State University
Game 'Make 24', Seunghyeok Jang
SACAD: John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activity Days

Basic numerical skills are a musthave in today’s world. However, children are not picking up the four basic numerical skills adequately.

To improve their mathematical skills, they need a way to learn the numerical skills easily.

"Make 24" is a game for young children who are having a difficult time with basic numerical operations. The game helps children improve their numerical skills by playing this game.
A Note On Umbilic Points At Infinity, 2024 School of STEM, Munster Technological University, Kerry, Tralee Co., Kerry, Ireland
A Note On Umbilic Points At Infinity, Brendan Guilfoyle
Publications
In this note a definition of umbilic point at infinity is proposed, at least for surfaces that are homogeneous polynomial graphs over a plane in Euclidean 3space. This is a stronger definition than that of Toponogov in his study of complete convex surfaces, and allows one to distinguish between different umbilic points at infinity. It is proven that all such umbilic points at infinity are isolated, that they occur in pairs and are the zeroes of the projective extension of the third fundamental form, as developed in Guilfoyle and OrtizRodríguez (Math Proc R Ir Acad 123A(2), 63–94, 2023). A geometric …
Finite Monodromy And Artin Representations, 2024 Louisiana State University
Finite Monodromy And Artin Representations, Emma Lien
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
Artin representations, which are complex representations of finite Galois groups, appear in many contexts in number theory. The Langlands program predicts that Galois representations like these should arise from automorphic representations and many examples of this correspondence have been found such as in the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem. This dissertation aims to make an analysis of explicitly computable examples of Artin representations from both sides of this correspondence. On the automorphic side, certain weight 1 modular forms have been shown to be related to Artin representations and an explicit analysis of their Fourier coefficients allows us to identify the …