The CSU Channel Islands Mathematics Research Experience for Undergraduates will allow 16 - 18 undergraduates to work with four faculty mentors, exploring the world of mathematical research in a eight-week residential summer program.
Feb. 1, 2015: Complete applications received by this date will receive full consideration.
June 1 - August 1, 2015 and a conference presentation during the following academic year.
Cooperation with faculty and students of the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo.
- Matrix Completion Problems for Matrix Equations (Dr. Geoffrey Buhl, CSU Channel Islands)
- Numerical Simulation of Traffic Flow using the Viscous Burger's Equation (Dr. Cynthia Flores, CSU Channel Islands)
- An Inverse Problem in Graph Coloring (Dr. Heather Russell, Washington College)
- Tilings and Substitution Shifts (Dr. Bénjamin Itzá Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo)
Director: Dr. Cindy Wyels, CSU Channel Islands
Co-Director: Dr. Heather Russell, Washington College
This program receives funding through NSF grant DMS-1359165.