Senior Thesis Projects in Applied Mathematics

Each academic experience builds toward your senior thesis project. It’s required for graduation, and our students tell us that while it’s demanding, it’s also one of the most rewarding experiences of their lives. Here are some thesis projects in Applied Mathematics:

Mathematical Modeling of Pacific Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha) Population Dynamics” by Tania Harrison

Guerrilla Clusters for Science: The Application of Genetic Algorithms to Spectroscopy” by Noah Henry Anderson

Identifying Melanoma Using Computer Vision and an Artificial Neural Network” by Hannah Rivers

Mathmatical Modeling and Optimal Experimental Design in Systems Biology” by Jonathan Statz

Dancing Under the Moonlight: A Mathematecal Modeling Approach to Foraging Octracod” by John Correa

Agricultural Modeling: Predicting the effects of genetic coefficients on maize yield in waterlimiting environments” by Anne Amelia Farrell

Emprical Estimation of Asian Import Demand Functions: An Implication of Thirlwall's Law for Developing Nations” by Preston Bebas

Spatial Analysis of Octopus Dens and Predation” by Elizabeth Alene Hamman

Local Algebraic Invariant Statistics for a Heuristic to Compare Phylogenetic Trees” by Ian Haywood

Variations on a Theme: Brachistochrones Revisited” by Mark Kot



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