Paul Garrett's Research Experiences for Undergrads
Number theory, cryptology, coding, modular forms,
[ Main REU page
- Jacob Bernstein, Univ. of Michigan, Siegel Modular Forms
- Anna Marie Bohman, M.I.T., The Sylow Theorems
- Lee Dicker, McGill Univ.
- Amanda Febey, St. Olaf College, Basic Number-theoretic
Algorithms and Examples in C++, using GMP
- Josh Green, Univ. Arizona
- Roxanne Johnson, Northland College, Developing a crypto course
- Michael Lieberman, Reed College, Hecke L-functions on Algebraic Number Fields
- Stephen Lu, Princeton University
- Ben Rosenfield, Middlebury College
- Kristin Shaw, University of British Columbia
Summer of 2001
- Laura Chasman, California Institute of Technology
- Ben Chastek, St. Mary's University,
On the infinitude of primes
- Kevin Costello, California Institute of Technology ...
- Michel D'sa, Highland Park High School, Highland Park, MN
- Lee Dicker, McGill University ...
- Ali Elgindi, Memorial Park High School, Eau Claire, WI
- McKenzie Lamb, Beloit College
- Natalie Linnell, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
- Christina Mulligan, Harvard University
- Mohammad Zaki, Minnesota State University at Mankato ...
Quadratic Fields and Transcendental Numbers
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