Time
8:30

Registration – Biological Science Center (BIO) Lobby

9:30

Welcome – BIO 101


BIO 101

BIO 144

9:50

Applications of Line Integrals in Classical Mechanics
Maril Soomalan, Daniel Aguilar, California State University, Stanislaus

Phase Diagram Calculation via Constrained Optimization
Sandra Varela, California
State University, Sacramento

10:10

Outset Coloring
Youa Yang,
University of the Pacific

Real World Statistics
Haley Vicchio, Traci Ostrom, Jeff De Fazio, Sonoma State University

10:30

Sharing Secrets with Elliptic Curve Cryptography
Mike Abram,
University of the Pacific

Minor Minimal Intrinsically Knotted Graphs with 21
Edges
Jamison Barsotti,
California State University, Chico

10:50

10 Minute Break

11:00

Career Panel Discussion
BIO 101

12:00

Lunch – BIO South Entrance Lawn


BIO 101

BIO 144

1:00

Green's Theorem and Its Applications
Jason Barnett, William Bishop, California State University, Stanislaus

The Minimum Genus of a Closed Surface Constructed
Through A (k, n) Hyperbolic Tiling
David Jones, University
of North Carolina, Asheville

1:20

k_{1,2}(NC7)
> 1
Yeoil (Steve) Yun,
University of the Pacific

Multifractal Analysis of a Measure with Atypical Coarse
Holder Regularity
Scott Roby, California
State University, Stanislaus

1:40

Radio, radio, a sound solution
Austin Powell,
Sonoma State University

Sorting with Inputrestricted Stacks
Caleb Goerzen,
Simpson University

2:00

10 minute break

2:10

Galois Theory for Differential Equations
Kyumin Kim, University
of the Pacific

The Dynamics of REM Sleep Generation
Aparna Ananthasubramaniam, Stanford University

2:30

Copenhagen Consensus and Operations Research
Lauren Elward, University
of the Pacific

Lower Bounds for the Ropelength of Reduced
Conformations
Robert McGuigan, San
Jose State University

3:00

Keynote Talk  BIO 101
Speaker:

Deborah Hughes Hallett, University of Arizona

Title:

Where
Can Mathematics Take You? All Over the World!



Abstract:

Many people study
mathematics for its beauty; others study mathematics because it opens doors
to many professions. In this talk we will look at the ways mathematics is
used in fields that impact the lives of millions. Examples will include the
use of differential equations to curb the spread of an infectious disease,
such as SARS, and what statistical models can tell us about the impact of
climate change on civil war.


4:00

Planning meeting for next year

CONFERENCE SUPPORT: The
Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America (through NSF
grant DMS0846477), the College of the Pacific
(through a Pacific Fund grant), and Phi Beta Kappa, Chi of California (at
University of the Pacific).
