Publications and Research
Our faculty are active in their research, and frequently present this research at conferences or are published in academic journals. Below are some recent faculty accomplishments.
James Hughes was an invited speaker for a Special Session on Mathematics and the Arts at the AMS conference in Richmond, Virginia in November.
Tim McDevitt was the invited speaker at Shippensburg University Math Department Seminar on October 22. He spoke on topics in cryptography.
Tim McDevitt is working on his third CISP grant, collaborating with Professors Mark Stuckey (Physics and Engineering) and Michael Silberstein (Philosophy), and students Nathan Caudill and Zach Johnson.
Tim McDevitt and Steve Soltys developed and taught an online version of Ma 251 Probability and Statistics this summer. Forty students successfully completed the course.
Bogdan Doytchinov published an article (joint work with Rachel Irby ('09) entitled "Time Discretization of Markov Chains" in the Spring 2010 issue of the Pi Mu Epsilon Journal.