Past Latin Honors Theses
Recent Latin Honors Theses are kept in volumes at the mathematics undergraduate office in 115 Vincent Hall. You are invited to view them if you are contemplating doing an honors thesis. Please note, however, that due to the COVID19 pandemic, viewing access to past theses is unavailable at this time.
20202021
Student  Thesis  Advisor 
Dingjun Bian  "Higher Order Poisson Regularization for GraphBased SemiSupervised Learning"  J. Calder 
Moriah Elkin  "The Structure of Young Modules in Characteristic 2"  P. Webb 
Jackson Hampton  "Using Gradient Boosted Decision Trees to Better Evaluate NBA Players  a Basketball EPA Metric  M. Weimerskirch 
Adam Hodapp  "Computer Implementation of Chain Complexes Over Finite Dimensional Algebras"  P. Webb 
Alan Koval  "Harmonic Measure"  M. Engelstein 
Henry Twiss  "Root systems of KacMoody Lie algebras attached to moments of Dirichlet Lfunctions"  A. Diaconu 
Cameron Vogt  "Analytic Composition Expansions About Functional Equation Fixed Points"  R. Moeckel 
Thomas Winckelman  "Fourier Analysis on Groups of Finite Measure"  D. Bilyk 
Chen Yu  "Differentially Private Nonconvex Optimization on the Grassmannian"  G. Lerman 
Nicholas Zaczkowski  "Crystallographic groups"  P. Webb 
20192020
Student 
Thesis 
Advisor 
Nicholas Backes 
"Cohomology of Abelian Varieties with Certain VectorValued Coefficients" 

Bernardo Bianco Prado 
"An Overview of Invariant Manifolds and their Applications" 

Noah Carpenter 
"The Hadamard Product and a Few Open Problems" 

Emily Koithan 
"Projecting Combined Anthropogenic and Natural Ecosystem Dynamics to Restore the Planet While Feeding the World" 

Sean Mcnally 
“Virtual Complete Intersections in StanleyReisner Rings and Smooth Fano Toric Varieties” 

Jacob Ogden 
“A Complexified Model of the NavierStokes Equations with FractionalvDissipation” 

Rebecca Rechkin 
"Proving the Hook Length Formula" 

Calvin Roth 
"An Overview of Factoring Algorithms" 
D.Johnstone 
20182019