Jose E. Lozano ('15) was accepted to graduate school at Loyola University Chicago, Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Wayne Mitchell ('15) was accepted to Applied Mathematics Graduate Program in the College of Engineering & Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Mathematics senior Michael Hennessey was awarded second place at the annual Louisiana/Mississippi section meeting in the undergraduate student paper competition. Michael presented “A with-in host Dengue infection model with immune response and non-constant susceptible cell production rate,” which he wrote under the advisement of Dr. Jeremy Thibodeaux.
Invited speaker at international research conferences held in Sao Jose do Rio Preato, SP, Brasil, and in Torun, Poland
Dr. Michael Kelly was an invited speaker at the XIX Encontro Brasileiro de Topologia held, August 1-4, 2014 in Sao Jose do Rio Preato, SP, Brasil. He presented a lecture entitled “Fixed point index bounds and a class of negatively curved 2-complexes” at the meeting.
Also, Dr. Kelly has been invited to speak that the VIIth Symposium on Nonlinear Analysis to be held September 14-18, 2015 in Torun, Poland.
Senior Michael Hennessey has been awarded a teaching assistantship in the Applied Math department of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to pursue a PhD in Mathematical Biology.
Senior Savannah Logan (Computational Math and Modern Languages and Culture) awarded a 2014-15 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to teach English and pursue an independent project in Spain
Professor Katarzyna Saxton gave an invited talk at The International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science in Waterloo, Canada.
Professor Michael Kelly was invited to speak at the international conference "Nielsen Theory and related topics 2013," held in Daejon, South Korea.
Mathematics and Physics students place 4th (Loyola places 3rd) in regional mathematics team competition
William Byrd (physics), Savannah Logan (mathematics), Cameron McCormick (physics), and Wayne Mitchell (mathematics) placed 4th among all teams from universities across Louisiana and Mississippi in the annual MAA mathematics competition.
Associate professor Ana-Maria Matei had her paper “On J. Cheeger and P. Buser type inequalities for the p-Laplacian” published.
Professor Katarzyna Saxton was an invited speaker at the AMS-AWM Special Session on Nonlinear Hyperbolic Equations at the 2012 Joint Mathematics Meeting held in Boston, MA, January 4 – 7.