Student-faculty research in mathematics cited in plenary talk at international conference
Student-faculty mathematics research performed in ONU’s Mathematics and Statistics Department has recently been cited:
- In the plenary talk delivered at the Fifteenth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers in Eger, Hungary, in June 2012, the keynote speaker Neil Sloane refers to the "especially noteworthy variations on the Fibonacci numbers" analyzed in the 2010 "Fibonacci Quarterly" paper "The greatest prime factor and recurrent sequences" by Greg Back, BSCPE '10, and Mihai Caragiu, Ph.D., ONU professor of mathematics. Read more.
- The same paper by Back and Caragiu was cited in "Mathematica Bohemica" (volume 137, issue 4, 2012).
- In "Bulletin Math. Soc. Sci. Math. de Roumanie" (Tome 56, No. 1 from 2013), another faculty-student paper, "Multidimensional Greatest Prime Factor Sequences" by Caragiu, Lauren Sutherland, BSEE '11, and Mohammad Zaki (JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and Applications, volume 23, issue 1 from 2011) is cited.
- The article "Quasi-random structures from elliptic curves" by Caragiu, Ronald Johns and Justin Gieseler, BSCPE '10, which the JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and Applications, volume 6, issue 3 from 2006, was cited in the engineering journal "IEEE Transactions on Information Theory" (vol. 58, no. 2 from 2012).