Thirteen graduate degrees in Applied Mathematics were awarded at the Fall 2014 convocation:
MMath Research Paper:
"Estimation of infinite-dimensional systems"
"Quasi-Static Approximation for Numerical Computation of Plasmon Eigenfrequencies in Nanoparticles"
"Realizing Surface Driven Flows in the Primitive Equations"
"Port-based teleportation of continuous quantum variables"
"The Instability of Mesoscale Jets in Idealized Two-Layer Models"
"Implementations of iterative algorithms in Hadoop and Spark"
"Analysis of Plasmons Sustained on the Surface of Graphene"
"H2-Optimal Sensor Location"
"Mathematical Modeling of Secondary Malignancies and Associated Treatment Strategies"
"Mathematical models for angiogenic, metabolic and apoptotic processes in tumours"
"Qualitative Theory of Switched Integro-differential Equations with Applications"
"High-Order Numerical Methods in Lake Modelling"
"High-Order Finite-Volume Schemes for Magnetohydrodynamics"