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Congratulations to MEGL researchers William Carey and Stefan Popescu for presenting a poster at the annual MATRX conference at John Hopkins University and winning one of two best poster prizes! This poster was a result of the work of undergraduates William Carey, Stefan Popescu, and Charles Landreaux, as well as graduate mentor Matthew Kearney, during the MEGL project “Universal Cycles in Higher Dimension” which began in Fall 2023 and is being run by faculty mentor Rachel Kirsch.

The paper “Pushed fronts in a Fisher-KPP-Burgers system using geometric desingularization” has been accepted for publication in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Applications NoDEA and can be accessed here: . Congratulations to Fall 2022 MEGL undergraduate interns Matthew Kearney, Samuel Molseed, Katie Tuttle, and David Wigginton, led by Dr. Matthew Holzer, for this accomplishment!

Congratulations to “The Stability of Icebergs and Other Floating Objects” MEGL team on their publication! The group, which includes Brandon Barreto, Joshua Calvano, and Lujain Nsair, was led by Professor Daniel Anderson and Professor Evelyn Sander.

To learn more about their amazing research, you can read the paper on ArXiv or visit our projects page for semester progress.

President Washington met with the College of Science for the first time on November 4.

On behalf of the Mathematics Department, MEGL Director Anton Lukyanenko presented President Washington with a 3D-printed mathematical sculpture designed by MEGL students Quincy Frias and Marvin Castellon.

Learn how to make your own here!

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