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Mathematics majors give presentations at national meetings
At the recent Joint National Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, Calif., mathematics majors Tommy Steinberger, a senior from Ada, Ohio; Jonathan C. Schroeder, a senior in computer engineering from Ada, Ohio; and James Rader, a sophomore in mathematical statistics from Findlay, Ohio, presented posters as part of the undergraduate poster session sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America.
Steinberger’s presentation was titled “Arithmetical Functions on the Gaussian Integers.” Schroeder’s topic was “A Uniform Distribution Result for a k-paradoxical Directed Graph.” Rader’s presentation was titled “Gold Glove Winners.”
Steinberger had Dr. Mohammad Zaki as advisor, Schroeder's advisor was Dr. Mihai Caragiu, and Rader had Dr. Ryan Rahrig for his advisor. The posters are currently on the bulletin boards near the office of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in Mathile.
The Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM) are hosted annually by the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). The meeting is the largest gathering of mathematicians in the United States.