Summer Undergraduate Researchers

Summer 2021-

         William Aaron - Accelerating Code with GPUs

         Matthew Levine - Stability and Regularization Functions

         Samantha Mora - Modeling Chromosomes in Mitosis

Summer 2018 - 

         Andrew Murdza - Accurate force models 

         Tianyang Yi - Modeling cilia and flagella 

         Alexander Auteri - Modeling tissue regeneration

Summer 2017 -

         Jackson Perry - Random walk models

         Alicia Howell Munson - Agent based models 

Summer 2016 -

Cole Jeznack - Brinkman flows

Nick Porter - Swimming interactions 

Marilda Bozdo - Random biased walk models

Zilu Tian - Image processing

                  

Summer 2015 -

Alison Zinsli - Sperm chemotaxis

                        

Summer 2014 -

Linan Zhang - Image processing

                      

Summer 2013 -

Weifan Liu - Shear flows 

Linan Zhang - Random biased walks

Summer 2012 -

Weifan Liu - Skeletal muscle modeling 

Daniel Duhaney - Calcium models

Dana Gowing - Geometric clutch hypothesis

 

 

 

1.) Weifan Liu - Whirling instability, Provost’s MQP Award for Mathematical Sciences

2.) Dana Gowing - Ciliary and flagellar dynamics

3.) Daniel Duhaney - Chemotactic signaling in sperm

4.) Joseph Flanagan - Improving the FIP

5.) David Eufemia - Patchy dynamics

6.) Alina Orlovskaya - Modeling muscle mechanics

7.) Dennis Silva - Machine learning applications​

8.) Manuel Reyes and Xinzhe Zhang - Image processing

9.) Timothy Berube - Tissue Engineering

10.) Lynne Moore - Parameter Estimation in Cancer Cell Dynamics, co-advised with Prof. Arnold in MA

11.) Alexis Varada - Inverse Problems in Mitosis

12.) Yuanchen Zhou and Jing Wu, Modeling Covid-19 Transmission

13.) Victoria Marecki and Ally Salvino, Modeling Pedestrian Flow: A Path Finding Approach,  co-advised with Prof. George Heineman (CS), Runner up for Provost’s MQP Award for Mathematical Sciences

14.) Cyra Katoch, Agathe Lasnier, and Claire Lungwitz - Modeling Calcium Dependent Skeletal Muscle Movement

MQPs (Major Qualifying Projects)