Eight graduate degrees in applied mathematics were awarded at the Spring 2018 convocation.
PhD graduate Monjur Morshed (centre) along with, from left to right, Profs. Brian Ingalls, Francis Poulin, Sue Ann Campbell, Silvana Ilie (Ryerson University), Siv Sivalogonathan, and family members (Sanjida Eftakher, Maleka Begum, Nusaiba Morshed, and Rufaida Morshed).
Robert Gooding-Townsend: The forest transition and ecological thresholds: resilience, recovery, and predictions
Hyung Jin Kim: The Early Universe: New Aspects of Cuscuton Theory, Modified Dispersion Relations and Pulsar Constraints on Vacuum Noise
Jian Liang: Design of an Automatic Facial Expression Detector
Christian Ogbonna: Non-linear Interactions between Internal Wave Beams: Beyond the Traditional Approximation
Khalida Parveen: Explicit Runge-Kutta time-stepping with the discontinuous Galerkin method
Paul Tiede: The Relation between Polygonal Gravity and 3D Loop Quantum Gravity
Alexander Howse: Nonlinear Preconditioning Methods for Optimization and Parallel-In-Time Methods for 1D Scalar Hyperbolic Partial Differential Equations
Monjur Morshed: Efficient Finite-difference Methods for Sensitivity Analysis of Stiff Stochastic Discrete Models of Biochemical Systems
Cong Wu: Stability and Control of Caputo Fractional Order Systems