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Senior Thesis Handbook

The Senior Thesis Handbook explains the purpose and format for Mudd’s mathematics senior thesis program.

The Handbook also includes due dates; expectations; guidelines for using LaTeX for writing your thesis; an introduction to computing resources provided by the department for thesis projects; tips on creating and giving good presentations; and much more information that is essential for successfully completing your senior thesis.

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2018-2019 Thesis Students and Project Information
Student
Advisor
Second Reader
Project Title
Link to Thesis Website
Quentin BarthAndrew BernoffTheresa LynnStability Theory of Lattice Configurations of Swarmshttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/qbarth
Karina ChoSam NelsonFrancis SuEnhancing the Quandle Coloring Invariant for Knots and Linkshttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/kcho/
Adam DhillonNicholas PippengerMichael OrrisonAn Analog Computing Analogue for Computational Complexityhttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/adhillon
Conner DiPaoloWeiqing GuNicholas PippengerRandomized Numerical Linear Algebra and its Applications to Machine Learninghttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/cdipaolo
Madelyn GaumerMichael OrrisonNeil RhodesUsing Neural Networks to Classify Probability Distributions on Circular Datahttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/mgaumer
Jenny LeeDagan KarpLuis A. LevyaOn Self Regulation in College-Level Mathematics Classeshttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/jlee
Ethan SargentAlfonso CastroShuZhi SongRadial Solutions to a Classical Boundary Value Problem with a Semipositone Nonlinearityhttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/esargent
Gianna WuLisette de PillisBlerta ShtyllaA Simplified Single Compartment Model for Type 1 Diabeteshttps://sites.google.com/g.hmc.edu/gwu