Mason Experimental Geometry Lab (MEGL) Poster Session
Dec 3, 2021, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Exploratory Hall 4208, 3301 & Virtual
Each semester Mason Experimental Geometry Lab (MEGL) offers different research projects for students and faculty to work together on. There are projects offered in applied and pure mathematics, as well as visualization tools like 3D printers and VR headsets that can be used for research. At the end of each semester, each team presents their research during the Poster session. Spring 2022 projects and applications are now available!
On December 3rd from 10-11am, MEGL will be hosting a Poster session (Exploratory 4208 or via Zoom, link below) to highlight all the great research our teams have been doing this semester. Be sure to stop by and vote on your favorite poster - the poster with the most votes wins!
For a deeper look into the projects, join us at the Symposium from 2:30-5pm (Exploratory 3301 or via Zoom, link below). Each team will give a 15-20 minute presentation explaining their project and any results they’ve found., followed by a brief Q&A. The projects to be presented include - in no specific order:
- The stability of icebergs and other floating objects, led by Professor Daniel Anderson
- Cores and hulls of ideals of commutative rings, led by Professor Rebecca R.G.
- Mathematical Modeling, Analysis and Control for Understanding the Spread of infectious diseases, led by Professor Padhu Seshaiyer
- Mathematical Outreach, led by Professor Harrison Bray
- Combinatorics of Cohomology Rings of Peterson Varieties, led by Professor Rebecca Goldin
- Speed and Stability of Traveling Waves in Population Growth Models, honors thesis by Zach Richey, supervised by Professor Matt Holzer
- Persistent Homology, honors thesis by Shrunal Pothagoni, supervised by Professor Sean Lawton
- Vertex Algebras, honors thesis by George Andrews, supervised by Professor Sean Lawton
You can also attend the Poster Session and Symposium virtually via Zoom. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.