## 15 graduate degrees in Applied Mathematics were awarded at the Fall 2019 convocation.

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MMath:**

Maliha Ahmed: “Model for a cortical circuit associated with childhood absence epilepsy”

Rishiraj Chakraborty: “Particle Clustering and Sub-clustering as a Proxy for Mixing in Geophysical Flows”

Kate Clements: “Black Hole to White Hole Quantum Tunnelling”

Fabian Germ: “Estimation for Linear and Semi-linear Infinite-dimensional Systems”

Jaron Huq (Quantum Information): “Three Results in Quantum Physics”

Jesse Legaspi: “Prantl number dependence of stratified turbulence”

Cameron Meaney: “Mathematical Modelling of Cancer Treatments Involving Radiation Therapy and Hypoxia-Activated Prodrugs”

Jennie Newman: “Model for the RE-TC thalamic circuit with application to childhood absence epilepsy”

Petar Simidzija (Quantum Information): “Correlation and Communication via a Quantum Field”

Stanislav Zonov: “Kalman Filter Based Sensor Placement For Burgers Equation”

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PhD:**

Kamran Akbari: “Relativistic Theory of the Interaction of Two-Dimensional Materials with Moving Charged Particles”

Yangang Chen: “Numerical Methods for Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations with Applications”

Kevin Church: “Invariant manifold theory for impulsive functional differential equations with applications”

Lindsey Daniels: “The Interactions of Graphene with Ionic Solutions and Their Effects on the Differential Capacitance for Sensing Applications”

Chengzhu Xu: “Numerical simulations of internal solitary and solitary-like waves: wave interactions and instabilities”