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Richard Wu '16
Interest in Cryptography Leads Richard Wu ’16 to Emerson Research Project

Richard Wu ’16 is working this summer on a computer program that reintroduces linguistics to modern cryptography by exploring and combining the two fields’ theoretical backgrounds. Working with Associate Professor of Japanese Masaaki Kamiya, he seeks to create a program that can parse the sentence structures of a given message and encrypt them through a combination of the public-key cryptosystem RSA and transposition.  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons Co-Authors Article in Algebra Journal

“Non-simplicial decompositions of Betti diagrams of complete intersections,” a paper co-authored by Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons, appears in the current issue of the Journal of Commutative Algebra.  More ...

Nine Faculty Members Named to Endowed Chairs

Dean of Faculty Patrick D. Reynolds announced the appointment of nine Hamilton faculty members to endowed chairs. All were effective July 1.  More ...

Robert Kantrowitz '82
Kantrowitz ’82 Publishes Article in MAA Journal

Another Face of the Archimedean Property,” an article co-authored by Professor of Mathematics Robert Kantrowitz ’82, appears in the current issue of The College Mathematics Journal, a publication of the Mathematical Association of America.  More ...

Colin Day '16 at his Museum of Mathematics internship.
Museum of Mathematics Internship Is No Problem for Colin Day ’16

Colin Day ’16 is spending his summer at the National Museum of Mathematics in Manhattan, helping to tackle what he believes to be an all-too-common popular aversion to mathematics in today’s society. Day had discovered this opportunity through the Museum of Mathematics (MoMath’s) Facebook page. His internship is supported by the Monica Odening Student Internship and Research Fund in Mathematics, managed by Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center.  More ...

Chinthaka Kuruwita
Kuruwita Publishes in Communications in Statistics Journal

Chinthaka Kuruwita, assistant professor of mathematics, published a paper titled "Non-iterative Estimation and Variable Selection in the Single-Index Quantile Regression Model" in Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation journal.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Gives Talk in Slovenia

Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin gave a research talk titled "Determining and Distinguishing Cartesian Products" at the 8th Slovenian Graph Theory Conference at Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, held June 21-27.  More ...

From left, Kurt Minges, Samantha Sherman, Alicia Rost and Taylor Brandin.
Four Recent Grads Joining Towers Watson

Since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health care has remained in the minds of many Americans and news outlets, who wonder and speculate about its future. Yet, the conversation is often centered around legislation and healthcare providers, leaving much important work unnoticed. This summer, four Hamilton graduates, Sam Sherman ’15, Taylor Brandin ’15, Alicia Rost ’15 and Kurt Minges ’15, will be joining Towers Watson, an “American global professional services firm,” as Health and Group benefits analysts.  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons a Mentor for Math REU

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons is spending eight weeks in Salem, Ore., working with the Willamette University Mathematics Consortium, an intensive summer research experience for undergraduates (REU) funded thorough the National Science Foundation.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Publishes Research Article

Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin recently published a research article "Infinite Graphs with Finite 2-Distinguishing Cost" in the Electronic Journal of Combinatorics. In this article Boutin and her coauthor, Wilfried Imrich of Montanuniversit\"{a}t Leoben, Austria, prove that each member in a large class of infinite graphs has a very small set of nodes that can be used to obstruct all symmetry.  More ...

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