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The Mathematics Department supports Rose students' efforts to undertake undergraduate research and project work. In particular, we encourage students to present/publish substantial work they have done in courses, summer programs at off-campus locations, or through the required senior thesis or senior project. In the presentation arena we encourage our students to formally present their work, in the Rose Math Seminar, the Rose Undergraduate Math Conference, or at off-campus conferences. In the publications arena we encourage students to publish their work as in house publications (MSTR - Mathematical Technical Report Series), in refereed journals, or in our Undergraduate Mathematics Journal, which we started in March 2000.

This page is an index, by year, of the the series of Mathematical Sciences Technical Reports and other papers authored or co-authored by our students.

A companion index showing student presentations is our Rose Student Presentations Page

In the index entries below on site technical reports and papers may be downloaded by clicking on the pdf button on site pdf in a publication entry. Please note that the earlier files are scanned from hard copies and tend to be larger and of slightly poorer quality. For off site links click on the link button offsite link. If no report is available the the no link button no link will give an email address to try.

Additional Rose publication pages are our full MSTR series, our REU Publications page, and the Rose Undergraduate Mathematics Journal.

Student Publications by year (later years appear first)
1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999
2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009
2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019


MSTR 12-04  link to pdf   Determining Properties of Metal by Analyzing Changes in Impedance,  Chase Mathison and Laura Booton


MSTR 11-06  link to pdf   Algebraic Solutions to Overdefined Systems with Applications to Cryptanalysis,  Eric Crockett


MSTR 10-01  link to pdf  Yosi Shibberu, Allen Holder, and Kyla Lutz (Rose student), Fast Protein Structure Alignment

MSTR 10-03  link to pdf  Y. Shibberu, M. E. Brandt, and D. R. Cooper (Rose student), Intrinsic Contact Geometry of Protein Dynamics

                       link to offsite URL   Mapping the discrete logarithm, Daniel Cloutier and Joshua Holden,  Involve, 3:197--213

                       link to offsite URL   On Universal Cycles of Labeled Graphs, Greg Brockman, Bill Kay and Emma E. Snively, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, Volume 17(1), 2010


MSTR 08-06  link to pdf   A Statistical Look at Maps of the Discrete Logarithm,  Nathan Lindle


MSTR 05-06  link to pdf   Mapping the Discrete Logarithm,  Daniel R. Cloutier


MSTR 02-09  link to pdf  Stephen Young, Applications of Graph Theory to Separability


MSTR 00-01  link to pdf  Carolyn M. Girod, Matthew Lepinski, Joseph R. Mileti, Jennifer R. Paulhus, Cwatset Isomorphism and its Consequences

MSTR 00-05  link to pdf  Dennis Lin, Ben Goodwin, Classification of Cwatsets Through Order 23

MSTR 00-09  link to pdf  Stephen Young, Applications of Graph Theory to Separability

                       no link to URL   Janet Trimm, Overton M.G. Jenda, Stacie E. McClanahan, A New Formula for Computing Frobenius Numbers in Three Variables, Auburn U. REU paper

                       no link to URL   Timothy Kilbourn, On the Probability that a Monic Integral Polynomial Is Irreducible, U. of Tennesee REU paper


MSTR 99-01  link to pdf  Matthew Lepinski, Automorphic Subsets of the n-Dimensional Cube are Translations of Cwatsets


MSTR 97-02  link to pdf  Jamie Kawabata, Barry Balof, and Eric Farmer, The Link Between Scrambling Numbers and Derangements


MSTR 96-03  link to pdf  Richard Mohr (1), CWATSETS: Weights, Cardinalities and Generalizations

                       no link to URL   Richard Mohr (2), Nearness of Normals, Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, Vol. 10, No. 4.


MSTR 95-06  link to pdf  Nick Fiala, Crystal Hanscom, Patrick Keenan, and Tung Tran, Rectangular Groups


                       no link to URL   Jonathan Atkins, The Chimeric Clones Problem, abstract arising from summer research project at Sandia National Labss


MSTR 92-03  link to pdf  Eric Wepsic, Kevin O\'Bryant and Lawren Smithline, A4-Rewriteability

MSTR 92-04  link to pdf  K. O\'Bryant, D. Patrick, L. Smithline and E. Wepsic, Some Facts About Cycels and Tidy Groups

MSTR 92-05  link to pdf  H. Dubose-Schmidt, M.D. Galloy, and D.L. Wilson, Counting Nilpotent Pairs in Finite Groups

MSTR 92-08  link to pdf   J. Fulman, M. Galloy and J. Vanderkam, Counting Nilpotent Pairs


                       no link to URL   Joel Atkins (1), A Real Snow Job, UMAP Journal

                       no link to URL   Joel Atkins (2), Regular Polygon Targets, Pi Mu Epsilon Journal


MSTR 90-01  link to pdf  John T. O\'Bryan, Maximal Order Three-Rewriteable Subgroups of Symmetric Groups

MSTR 90-04  link to pdf  Joel E. Atkins and Gary J. Sherman, Sets of Typical Subsamples

                       no link to URL   Joel Atkins (1), The Cross Product in n-Space, Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics

                       no link to URL   Joel Atkins (2), The Chaotic Linear Transformation on a Torus, Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics

                       no link to URL   Keith Struss, Exploring the Volume - Surface Area Relationship, UMAP Journal

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