Tyson Lipscomb is currently finishing his undergraduate work in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at Marshall University and plans on attending Wake Forest University for graduate studies in Computer Science in the Fall of 2010.  He is currently living in Barboursville, WV, where he enjoys playing music, fishing and working with The Vine, a local peer-led Bible study and community service group.  Tyson chose the topic of Gödel's incompleteness theorems for his mathematics capstone research because of the unique method that was used to prove them and the insight that they provide into the philosophy of human understanding in relation to formalized mathematical systems. Send Email

Faculty Sponsor: Bonita A. Lawrence, Department of Mathematics, Marshall University