Are you interested in helping to develop clean energy solutions? Are you considering graduate school or curious about research? This talk will highlight research in sustainable energy generation and storage at Binghamton University, including my group’s work on solar energy conversion using organic materials and nanomaterials. I will then outline opportunities to participate in energy research as a paid summer researcher or graduate student. These opportunities are open to students majoring in mathematics and all areas of science.
This will be a series of presentations by various undergraduate students on their research projects. Topics include:
- Simulating Microgravity
- Mathematical Modeling in the Air Quality Control
- A Quantum Leap: The Mathematics of Quantum Mechanics
- Sorting Algorithms Visualized
- Geometry Expresses its Designs in Art and Architecture
- A “Puzzling” solution to a stacking of cubes problem