Math & Computer Science

Thesis Topics

Mathematics 2009

  • Actuarial Applications of Mathematics, Dorothy Charles
  • Ring Theory, Todd Green
  • Introduction to Graph Theory, Cody Griffith
  • Game Theory and Its Applications to the PJM Demand Side Response Program, Katie Poore
  • The Use of Generating Functions in Random Variable Calculations, Nicole Rousseau
  • The Mathematics of ENIGMA, Lauren Thomas
  • Mathematics in Literature, Alexis West
  • Archimedean Spirals: An Explanation and Exploration, Garth Wilson
  • The Mathematics Behind the Data Encryption Standard, Amy Windsor

Computer Science 2009

  • The Guitar Guru, Nathan Beigel

Double Majors 2009

Mathematics and Computer Science:

  • Image Compression Through Wavelets, Sam Evans

Mathematics 2008

  • Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Allison Daciek
  • Pi: A Study in Euclidean Geometry and Hyperbolic Geometry, Michael Frahm
  • Solving Differential Equations: The Eigenvalue Method, Traci Kraft
  • Maxima and Minima Problems: Using Calculus and Alternate Methods, Mallory Kurtz

Computer Science 2008

  • Remote Battle Room Simulation Using AJAX, MySQL, CSS, and PHP, Lucas Gerber

Double Majors 2008

Mathematics and Computer Philosophy:

  • Understanding Ren´┐Ż Descartes, Tiffany Harrell

Mathematics 2007

  • Who is Fibonacci?, Claire Auerbach
  • Mappings by Complex Functions, Reid Cohn
  • What's the Real Deal? An Analysis of TV Game Shows, Liz Golden
  • Trends in U.S. Elementary Mathematics Education throughout the 20th Century, Vanessa Nutt
  • A Practical Application of Modular Arithmetic for the Classroom: The World of Check Digit Schemes, Sarah Shrieves
  • Archimedes: A Man Centuries Ahead of his Time, Amy Zarick

Computer Science 2007

  • Break Even: Weight Management Device, Jeremy Alexander
  • Remotely-Accessible Airline Database Using MySQL and PHP, James Robert Ives

Double Majors 2007

Mathematics and Computer Science:

  • Prime Numbers and Primality Testing, Molly Gavin

Mathematics and Art:

  • The Mathematics and Art of Fractal Geometry, Carly Mitchell

Mathematics and Chemistry:

  • A Study on the Reaction Kinetics of the Chemical Oxidation of o-Phenylenediamine with Ammonium Persulfate, Edward Hohenstein

Mathematics and French Studies:

  • Tracing the Development, Debate, and Application of the Metric System, Kathryn Belmonte

Computer Science and Business Management:

  • E-Commerce for Small Businesses: An Online Photography Store, Nanlu Eric Shan

Computer Science 2006

  • Simulation of the OSPF Network Routing Protocol, Dylan Gish
  • MB Tunes: A Java MP3 Player with Karaoke and Visualizer, Mary Elizabeth Line

Mathematics 2006

  • Linear Programming: The Geometric and Simplex Methods, Brian DeMayo
  • Alternating Knots and Links and their Braid Representation, Diane Moreland
  • What is CSAWUXTSGZ?, Michelle Silva

Double Majors 2006

Computer Science and Art:

  • A Study of Hidden Messages from Renaissance Art to Modern Steganography: Messages Hidden in Plain Sight, Virginia Holt

Computer Science and Mathematics:

  • Visual Realism and Image Synthesis, Stephen Reaves
  • Modeling and Rendering, Brian Standifer

Computer Science 2005

  • Simulation of Computer Network Protocols, Mohammad Alzaben
  • A Web-Based Database for a Small Independent Organization, Kavitha Doraisingh
  • Texas Hold'em Poker Computer Game, Christopher Rubacky

Mathematics 2005

  • An Analysis of Mathematics in Art: Focusing on Linear Perspective, Tessellations, and Fractals, Nicole Beelen
  • Don't Lift Your Pencil: A Look at Euler Graphs, Heather Cannavale
  • Real Applications of Zero Sum Game Theory, Melissa Felton
  • Fourier Series and the Vibrating Membrane Problem, Christopher Hayden
  • Nothing Really Matters: A History of the Number Zero, Matthew Kibler
  • Symmetric Dihedral Groups in Advertising and Media, Biology, and Artwork, Rebecca Middleton
  • A Study of Hyperbolic Geometry, Hanh Hong Nguyen

Double Majors 2005

Computer Science and Mathematics:

  • Structures and Algorithms in Three-Dimensional Graphics, David Earle

Computer Science 2004

  • A Rational Knowledge Base Agent, Louis Blanchette
  • Creating an Online Store Using Open-Source Software, Mauricio Cordoba
  • Web-Based Appointment Scheduler for a Small Business, Shia Johnson
  • An Electronic Database for a Campus Security Environment, Larragh McCardell
  • An Interactive Checkers Game, Lee Shipley

Mathematics 2004

  • Torus Links and the Bracket Polynomial, Paul Corbitt
  • Applications of Mathematics to Music, Amanda Feigley
  • The Haar Wavelet, Wesley Kyle
  • Geometry in Ancient Civilizations, Patrick McGrail-Peasley
  • Humor in the Mathematics Classroom, Katie Orga
  • Harmonious Reflections: A Self-Similar and Fractal Exploration of Music, Autumn Thayer
  • All is Number: Pythagoras, his Famous Theorem, and his Secret Brotherhood, Marlo Wade

Double Majors 2004

Biology and Computer Science:

  • Computer-Generated Ion Channel Simulations of Cardiomyocytes, Sunipa Saha

Computer Science and Mathematics:

  • The Elliptic Curve and its Application to Cryptography, Jennifer Cox
  • The General Number Field Sieve and its Implementation, Jay Van Der Wall

Economics and Mathematics:

  • Game Theory: An Application to OPEC, Esteban Ferro
  • Owning the Airwaves: A Study of Auction Theory and Electromagnetic Spectrum Auctions, Peter Taylor