Early American Presidents' Mathematical Interests, Andrew B. Perry, Springfield College. Saturday, January 8, 9:00-9:15 a.m., Sheraton, Cornet Room (8th floor).
Proving Hardy Wrong: Math research with social justice applications, AMS Panel Discussion. Friday, January 7, Sheraton, Nottoway (4th floor).
An Agent-Based Approach to Modeling Gang Rivalries, Laura M. Smith, UCLA. Saturday, January 8, 1:30-2:00 p.m., Sheraton, Great Ballroom E (5th floor).
Math and Social Justice: Improving the world with semester projects in a liberal arts math course, David Kung, St. Mary's College of Maryland. Friday, January 7, 1:20-1:40 p.m., Sheraton, Rhythms I (2nd floor).
Mathematical Modeling of "Hearts and Minds" in the Terrorism/Counter-Terrorism Struggle, Chris Arney, United States Military Academy. Friday, January 7, 8:20-8:40 a.m., Sheraton, Grand Couteau (5th floor).
Building Models and a Methodology for Using Technologies to Detect Suicide Bombers, William P. Fox, Naval Postgraduate School. Saturday, January 8, 9:20-9:40 a.m., Marriott, Mardi Gras BC (3rd floor).
Self-Exciting Point Process Models of Civilian Deaths in Iraq, Erik Lewis, UCLA. Saturday, January 8, 2:30-3:00 p.m., Sheraton, Great Ballroom E (5th floor).
Who Are You? An Image Identification Project Using Wavelet Packet Analysis, Kevin F. Palmowski, SUNY-Geneseo. Thursday, January 6, 2:15-2:35 p.m., Marriott, Mardi Gras BC (3rd floor).
Facial Recognition Using Conformal Geometry, Miguel Angel Lugo, Florida State University. Friday, January 7, 2:30-2:45 p.m., JW Marriott, Rosalie (3rd floor).
Other Presentations of Interest
Lessons from the Netflix Prize, Robert
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