The 7th Annual UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference
Saturday, November 5, 2011

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Plans for 2012 Conference

The 8th Annual UNCG RMSC conference will take place on Saturday, 11/03/12 at UNCG. More details will appear during Summer 2012. We hope you liked the past conference(s) and will come again in 2012.

Summary of 2011 Conference

More than 160 participants, mostly students, from 27 different universities from many parts of the country, came to Greensboro on Saturday, November 5, 2011, to attend the 7th Annual UNCG Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference hosted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. The program of this National Science Foundation co-sponsored conference featured 48 talks by undergraduate and graduate students on topics including Mathematical Biology, Biostatistics, Computational Mathematics, and Statistical techniques. The plenary talks have been given by two distinguished mathematicians, The highlight of the conference was the student paper competition sponsored by NCASA.

Graduate student best paper awards

1st place
Virginia Burger, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Computational Prognosis of Cancer in Barrett’s Esophagus Patients.

Undergraduate student best paper awards

1st place
Nils Nelson, Utah State University
Relative Efficiency of Maximum Partial Likelihood Estimators Under Sampling Schemes.

2nd place
Olga Stulov, State University of New York at New Paltz
3D Computational Models of Flagella With and Without Hispid Hairs.

3rd place
Kathryn Ashley and Victoria Sincavage, Clemson University
Ecological Systems, Nonlinear Boundary Conditions, and S-shaped Bifurcation Curves.

Pictures from the conference




To see the schedule of the conference, please click here.

Funding and support for this conference is provided by the National Science Foundation (grant DMS–1132402), the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conferences program (grant DMS–0846477), the North Carolina Chapter of the American Statistical Association, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, UNCG, and the UNCG Office of Undergraduate Research.


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