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ACADEMICS
Mathematics Department Scholarship 2014
Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Enkosky, T. and Stone, B. (2014). A Sequence Defined by M-Sequences, Discrete Mathematics, Volume 333, October 2014.

Books and Book Chapters 

  • Frommer, I., Verhagen, P. and Polla, S. (2014). Finding Byzantine Junctions with Steiner Trees, In: Computational Approaches to Movement in Archaeology, DeGruyter, Berlin, 73-97, 2014.

Conference Presentations 

  • Enkosky, T. (2014). Introduction to ring theory and edge ideals, Mini Conference on Graph Theory and its Relation to Ring Theory, Bard Prison Initiative, Nappnoch, NY, January 2014.
  • Enkosky, T. (2014). A sequence defined by M-sequences, MAA Joint Meeting of the New Jersey and Metro New York Sections, Jersey City, NJ, November 2014.
  • Frommer, I. (2014). Project-based learning in sustainability and operations research presented at Connecticut Campus Sustainability Conference, Middlesex Community College, Middletown, CT, April 2014.

Speaking Engagements 

  • Enkosky, T. (2014). Bounds on the number of h-vectors of fixed length, University of Kansas Combinatorics Seminar, Lawrence, KS, March 2014.
  • Enkosky, T. (2014). Graph rigidity and slope varieties, Adelphi University Colloquium, Garden City, NY, November 2014.
  • Frommer, I. (2014). On Decision Making in a Carbon Emissions Game, Mathematics Department Colloquium, USCGA, October 2014.
  • Frommer, I. (2014). On Decision Making in a Carbon Emissions Game, Center for Advanced Studies (CAS) Scholarship Seminar Series, USCGA, November 2014.
  • McLeod, J. (2014). Extended Echelon Form and the 4 Fundamental Subspaces, Mathematics Department Colloquium, USCGA, October 2014.
  • McGurer, M. D. (2014). Invited Panelist, Critical Decision Making, Women in Defense New England Shoreline Chapter, New London, CT, September 2014.
  • Ratner, D. (2014). A Statistical Analysis Examining Connections Between the Economy and Rescue Rates of Cuban and Haitian Immigrants, Mathematics Department Colloquium, USCGA, October 2014.

Cadet Projects 

  • Corn, A., Fredericksen, N. and Mikalauskas, G. (2014). Airstation Pilot Duty Scheduling, Cadet Research Symposium, New London, CT (May) and Service Academy Student Mathematics Conference, New London, CT (April). Written report prepared for and submitted to Project Sponsor: U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater and U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City. Advisors and co-authors: E. Johnson, A. Guedry. M. Williams and M. McGurer.
  • Campbell, J., Flint. E. and Navetta, M. (2014). Marine Inspections Qualification Database: Software Design and Web Application, Cadet Research Symposium, New London, CT (May) and Service Academy Student Mathematics Conference, New London, CT (April). Written report prepared for and submitted to Project Sponsor: U. S. Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles – Long Beach. Advisors and co-authors: K. Krystinik, C. Rostowfske and M. McGurer.
  • Marmolejo, S., Smith, R. and Sowers, K. (2014). Female Afloat Assignment Optimization, Cadet Research Symposium, New London, CT (May) and Service Academy Student Mathematics Conference, New London, CT (April). Written report prepared for and submitted to Project Sponsor: U.S. Coast Guard Personnel Service Center (EPM-2). Advisors and co-authors: K. Sebastian, B. Crimmel, T. Enkosky and M. McGurer.
  • Ortiz, P., Taylor, J., and Torno, D. (2014). District Seven Fast Response Cutter (FRC) Homeport Analysis, Cadet Research Symposium, New London, CT (May) and Service Academy Student Mathematics Conference, New London, CT (April). Written report prepared for and submitted to Project Sponsor: U.S. Coast Guard District Seven. Advisors and co-authors: R. Rushmeier, R. Chmielecki and M. McGurer.