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YPP's Math Bash Connects Utica Students to the Hill

Members of the Young People’s Project hosted the third semi-annual “Math Bash” on Saturday, Dec. 11, in the Annex.  More ...

Members of Hamilton's Mathletics team at the Putnam Competition.
Mathletics Team Vies in Putnam Competition

Students from the Hamilton Mathletics team participated on Dec. 4 in the nationwide William Lowell Putnam mathematics competition. With 13 students taking part, it was one of the strongest turnouts in Hamilton's history.  More ...

Sally Cockburn
Cockburn Discusses “K 2, n” in Lecture at Skidmore College

Associate Professor of Mathematics Sally Cockburn presented a lecture titled “Permutations and Geometric Realizations of K 2, n” on Oct. 27, at Skidmore College.  More ...

Debra Boutin
Boutin Publishes Research Article
Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin recently published a research article titled "The thickness and chromatic number of r-inflated graphs" in Discrete Mathematics. In this paper, Boutin and her co-authors Michael Albertson (late of Smith College) and Ellen Gethner (University of Colorado, Denver) introduce their work on networks that are inflated by replacing each vertex in by a set of r mutually connected vertices and replacing each edge between a pair of vertices with all edges between the associated 2r vertices. More ...
Rob Kantrowitz '82
Kantrowitz '82 Speaks at Real Analysis Symposium
Robert Kantrowitz '82, professor and chair of mathematics, was a speaker at the Summer Symposium in Real Analysis held this year at The College of Wooster in Ohio, July 13-17. His talk, "Banach algebra norms for spaces of functions of generalized bounded variation," centered around collections of functions of bounded variation that have been known for some time to constitute complete normed linear spaces. More ...
Louis Boguchwal '12
The Rabbit and The Fox: A Mathematical Fable
In the forest, populations of rabbits and foxes change relative to one another. Mathematicians model these population fluctuations using differential equations. But mathematical predator-prey models have limitations; for example, the models do not account for rabbits and foxes traversing different paths from water to food source. Combining differential equations and network optimization, Louis Boguchwal ’12 hopes to improve these standard models with guidance from Assistant Professor of Mathematics Andrew Dykstra. More ...
Fractals Publishes Article by Bedient and Two Alumni
Alumni Keith Gross ’09 and Brendan Sullivan ’07 with Yale alumna Jennifer Lanski have published an article with Professor of Mathematics Richard Bedient and Yale Professor Michael Frame in the journal Fractals. The paper, titled “Higher Block IFS: Memory Reduction and Dimension Computations,” is the result of work over a period of years by the authors as parts of various senior projects. More ...
Debra Boutin
Boutin Gives Talk at American Math Society Meeting
Associate Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin gave an invited talk in a special session on Graph Theory at the recent Eastern Sectional Meeting of the American Math Society at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. In her talk, "The Cost of 2-Distinguishing," Boutin described a set of vertices that can be used to remove all symmetries from a network, and she presented new results on how surprisingly small these sets of vertices can be in some well-known network families. More ...
Hai Lin '10
Hai Lin '10 Awarded Math for America Fellowship
Hai Lin ’10 has been awarded a national Math for America fellowship. Lin, a mathematics major, is the first Hamilton student to receive the award. The fellowship provides a full tuition scholarship, annual stipends of up to $100,000 over five years, in addition to a full-time teacher’s salary and mentoring and professional development services. More ...
Some of Hamilton's Mathematics Association meeting participants.
Students Present at Mathematics Association Meeting
Nineteen Hamilton students presented at the Seaway Section Meeting of the Mathematics Association of America at SUNY Oswego on April 24. The speakers were seniors Pablo Abreu, Jiong Che, Paul Griggs, Timothy Kubarych, Xiyue Li, Hai Lin, Michael Marcal, Tawanda Mashavave, Philip Milner, Lindsay Repp, Mike Schmidt, Jaclyn Schuck, Alex Shoulson, Grace Stadnyk, Chandra Thompson, Laura Tornatore, Danica Wuelfing, Xiaolu Xu, Fenglin Zhao and Ke Xu ’11. More ...
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