**MTH499 – EAS 621**

**COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS SEMINAR**

**Faculty in Charge**: Alfa Heryudono

MTH499 – EAS 621 Fall 2012 Syllabus

**Supporting Faculty:**

- Gary Davis
- Saeja Kim
- Sigal Gottlieb
- Yanlai Chen
- Cheng Wang

Welcome students! I am happy that you sign up for my MTH499/EAS621 Fall 2012 CSUMS class. This class is going to be different than regular class in the sense that you choose a topic, learn it as deep as you can, and present what you have learned to other students. You are expected to :

- Do some numerical experiments with problem solving environment such as MATLAB, Mathematica, Maple, or other open source tools.
- Read references to learn about history, interesting phenomena, and numerical techniques.
- Write your research diary in your blog.
- Make research presentation.
- Make report in LaTeX.
- Make a poster.

Things you need to do during the first week:

- Choose advisor (+ co advisor).
- Choose research topic of your interest or discuss possible interesting research topics with your advisor.
- Set up regular meeting with your advisor to report your progress.

**Student Participants:**

Undergraduate students (MTH499)

- Jorge Fernandes. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Vanessa Haen. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Emmalene McHugh. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Keith Resendes. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Carlina Santana. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Tyler Spilhaus. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Carlos Fernandes. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Matheus Lelis. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Andrew Davey. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)

Graduate students (EAS 621)

- Christopher Bresten. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Gary Forrester. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)
- Sidafa Conde. (mid presentation) (final presentation) (final report)

Deadlines

Final report submission: December 17 2012, 11:30 pm. Please upload the final report to your zimbra briefcase.

Math Conference

- NES/MAA 2012 Bridgewater State University. (November 16-17 2012). Deadline: November 2 2012

Please submit your abstract here

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