Faculty mentored student research, projects, and studies
Students who may be interested in undertaking a research project,
or a Department or Honors thesis should examine the information
provided in the discussion on,
Outside the Box,
our own introduction to getting started with research.
Students are also strongly encouraged to contact any of the faculty
in the Department whose research interests may align with theirs.
Searching the the faculty web pages can also provide a start,
as can the
faculty research summaries showing
current faculty research intersts.
Recent Research Projects for 2017 and 2018:
Recent undergraduate and graduate research projects
Previous Research Projects:
Dr. Ryan Tully-Doyle worked with Rob Schmicker on the problem of modeling a white blood cell pursuing a bacterium. This project resulted in a computer simulation, and the results will be submitted for publication.
Dr. Tully-Doyle is working with Tyler Balon on two projects. The first is the design of a course in mathematical cryptography and its implementation, including elliptic and lattice methods. The second project is in detecting randomness in automatically generated URLs.
Dr. Houssein El Turkey worked with one student on a research project in abstract algebra. The results were published in a paper at https://mjum.math.umn.edu/index.php/mjum/article/view/41.
Dr. Houssein El Turkey worked with two students on the Frobenius Number Problem and the students presented a poster at the 12th Annual Spuyten Duyvil Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (SDUMC) on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at SCSU.
Dr. Yasanthi Kottegoda worked with Angela Mastropietro and Shirley Duong on a Number Theory project where Angela presented the results in a talk at MAA/NES Fall sectional meeting Nov. 2017 and a poster at the 12th Annual Spuyten Duyvil Undergraduate Mathematics Conference in April 2018 at SCSU.
Dr. Ramesh Sharma mentored Alicia Wagner (an undergraduate student) on a project that led to a presentation at the North-Eastern sectional meeting of Mathematical Association of America, Nov. 2017. The project has resulted in the writing of a paper that would be submitted for publication in a refereed journal.
Dr. Sharma also mentored three undergraduate students: Shirley Duong, Farzana Charania and Brian Dina on a project that led to a presentation at the North-Eastern sectional meeting of Mathematical Association of America, Nov. 2016. The project resulted in a paper that has been submitted for publication to a refereed journal.
Dr. Sharma mentored two UNH undergraduate students: Chris Pariso and Michelle Duda, on a project that led to a presentation at the North-Eastern sectional meeting of Mathematical Association of America, Nov. 2013, and the following publication Remarks on a one-parameter family of singular matrices (R. Sharma, C. Pariso and M. Duda), International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 46 (2014), 156-158.
Earlier research projects are listed
at prior years work.