2022 Regional Conventions
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, TX
- Dr. Michael Dorff -- Brigham Young University -- How mathematics is making Hollywood movies better.
- Luan Nguyen -- Northeastern State University -- The Cayley Type Theorem for Semigroups
- Dr. Cynthia Huffman -- Pittsburg State University -- Ringing Math
- Sean Lowry -- Drury University -- Implications of Blockchain Consensus Mechanisms
- Dr. Chuang Shao -- Northeastern State University -- Nurturing Resilience in Math Students
- Shayna Myshrall -- Niagara University -- The Baserunning Problem
- Dr. Sam Ivy -- University of Mary Hardin-Baylor -- Classifying the Fine Structures of Involutions Acting on Root Systems
- Kyla Willever -- Northeastern State University -- The Relationship Between Irreducible and Prime Elements
- Dr. Joseph Gallian -- University of Minnesota Duluth -- Breaking Driver's License Codes
University of Northern Alabama, Florence, AL
- Aviva Kerven, Georgia Gwinnett College, Georgia Zeta. Algorithms for Topological Invariants on Surfaces
- Morgan Tedford, University of North Alabama, Alabama Beta. Unique Summation Sets from Subsets in Z?
- Austin Castleberry, University of North Alabama, Alabama Beta. Competition-Independence Game on Ladders
- Hope Doherty, Georgia Gwinnett College, Georgia Zeta. The Algebraic Structure of the Determinant of Joined Graphs
- Gabriel Amat, Georgia Gwinnett College, Georgia Zeta. Algebraic Structure of the Number of Spanning Trees of Joined Graphs
- Jacob Laughlin, University of North Alabama, Alabama Beta. Generating Taxicab Parabolas through Plane Intersections
- Lisa Reed, Union University, Tennessee Gamma. That's Impossible! An exploration of Three Famous Greek Constructions
- Braden Watkins, Union University, Tennessee Gamma. The Gamma Function and its Application to Various Areas of Mathematics
- Dakota Heathcock, Jacksonville State University, Alabama Theta. Correlation with Causation: Combining Statistical Methods with Casual Inference
Plenary SpeakerDr. Anisah Nu'Man, Spelman College. Steinberg module for B3
Careers in Mathematics Panelists
- Andrew Craft, Systems Analyst, KBR.
- Hannah Hopkins, Computer Engineer, NASA.
- Josh Reinoehl, Software Architect, Deloitte.
- Lacey Reinoehl, DevOps Analyst, Deloitte.
43rd Biennial Convention
University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, April 15-17, 2021
Student Presentation Session 1
- Dakota Heathcock, Alabama Theta. Square Rooting Logic: The Philosophy Behind Mathematics.
- Isaac Reiter, Pennsylvania Epsilon. The VICCard Cipher: Our Contribution to the Field of Playing Card Cryptography.
- Christopher McHeffey, Rhode Island Beta. Improve the accuracy of Tuberculosis Detection from Chest X-ray using Transfer Learning.
- C. Bryan Dawson, Tennessee Gamma, Union University. The Hyperreal Numbers.
- Shamita Dutta Gupta, New York Kappa, Pace University. A study of teaching methodologies and their impact on varied audiences.
- Son Nguyen, Rhode Island Beta, Bryant University. Building an image recognition model from scratch.
Student Presentation Session 2
- Lindsey Moyer, Pennsylvania Epsilon. Composition of Magic Squares.
- Tony Glackin, Iowa Gamma. Forbidden Posets For A Class Of Interval Orders.
- Luis Sanchez Mercedes, Rhode Island Beta. Cryptonomics: An Empirical Analysis of the Internal and External Performance of Blockchain Networks to the Determine Their Changes in Price.
- Joseph Gallian. Using Math to Create Symmetry Patterns.
Student Presentation Session 3
- Laura Batts and Megan Moran, Indiana Gamma. Non-realizable polynomial root sequences.
- Joshua Gottlieb, Pennsylvania Upsilon. Integrating Factors Throughout Differential Equations.
- Stephen Bates, New York Omicron. The Graphing Calculator and Achievement in Middle School Mathematics: The Effects of Course Level and Student Achievement Level.
2020 Virtual Regional Conventions
Because of COVID-19 all of the face-to-face regional conventions of 2020 were cancelled. To allow students to show off the hard work they had put in preparing for the convention, we are providing videos of student talks so that all of KME can appreciate their hard work.
- Liam Mahler, Bryant University, Rhode Island, Predicting Poor Academic Performance in College Freshmen
- Daniel Rossano, St. Joseph's College, New York, Using Cech Cohomology To Find Gaps and Loops In Data Sets