Many of our students did internships over Summer 2016, and a large group of students worked in a “Prepare and Train” group run by Prof. Maxim Arnold.
For a quick overview, see the slides from PI4 Presentation Day.
- Matthew Ellis, mentored by Dr. Andrew Ferguson (Dept of Materials Science and Engineering)
- Sarka Petrickova, mentored by Dr. David LeBauer (Energy Biosciences Institute)
- Benjamin Wright, mentored by Dr. David LeBauer (Energy Biosciences Institute)
- Stacey Butler, mentored by Dr. James O’Dwyer (Dept of Plant Biology)
- Dara Zirlin, mentored by Dr. Rebecca Smith (Dept of Pathobiology)
- Vaibhav Karve, mentored by Dr. Richard Sowers (Dept of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering)
- Derrek Yager, mentored by Dr. Richard Sowers (Dept of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering)
- Mary Angelica Gramcko-Tursi, mentored by Dr. Fatima Husain (Dept of Speech & Hearing Science)
- Sepideh Rezvani, hosted by Ameren Innovation Center
- Benjamin Fulan, hosted by Ameren Innovation Center
- Nicholas Kosar, hosted by Personify
- Ian Ford, hosted by Wolfram Research
- Elliot Kaplan, hosted by Wolfram Research
In total, about thirty Mathematics graduate student do internships each summer, hosted locally and nationwide. See the full list here. The PI4 grant has played a key role in catalyzing these internships.
Our P&T group was mentored by Prof. Maxim Arnold of the University of Texas at Dallas.
Group reports are attached below.
A Topologically Constrained Ising Model (pdf file report part 1, report part 2, report part 3), by Derek Kielty, Katherine Koch, William Linz, Colleen Robichaux, Fernando Roman-Garcia, Elizabeth Tatum, Kejia Zhu
￼Metastable Configurations of the Ising Model on the Torus (report file), by Julian Caballero, Shinhae Park, Hadrian Quan
Metastable States of the Ising Model on the Two-Holed Torus (report file), by Alexi Block Gorman, Stefan Klajbor Goderich, Alyssa Loving