Science Atlantic Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science Conference 2014

October 3-5, 2014, University of New Brunswick, Saint John

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Best Oral Presentation (Research Award) – Mathematics

First Place

Yuhuai Wu

Yuhuai Wu
University of New Brunswick
Discrete Equidecomposability and Period Collapse

Second Place

Emily-Rosta

Emily Rosta
Cape Breton University
Existence of Weak Solutions to a Non-Linear Dirichlet Problem

Third Place

Rejean Leblanc

Rejean Leblanc
Mount Allison University
Counting categories with n morphisms

Fourth Place

Brandon-Doherty

Brandon Doherty
University of New Brunswick
Global Dimensions of Endomorpism Rings

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Matt Trace
Acadia University
Skolem Labelled Graphs

Peter Graves-Akerley

Peter Graves-Akerley
Saint Mary’s University
An Approximate Version of Specht’s Theorem

Best Oral Presentation (Research Award) – Statistics

First Place

Matthew van Bommel

Matthew van Bommel
Acadia University
Stage-wise surrogate modelling of Tidal Power Functions

Second Place – Tie

Zhouqin He

Zhouqin (Mary) He
St. Francis Xavier University
Business Failure Prediction For Canadian Charitable Organizations using Data Mining Techniques

Second Place – Tie

Dylan Day

Dylan Day
Acadia University
Self-similar Distributions with Uniform Marginals

Fourth Place

Jon Smith

Jon Smith
Acadia University
Tidal Model Validation in the Bay of Fundy

Science Atlantic Mathematics Competition

First Place

DylanDayMatthewvanBommel

Dylan Day
Matthew van Bommel
Acadia University

Second Place

JohnMacMillanKathleenMacMillan

John MacMillan
Kathleen MacMillan
Mount Allison University

Third Place

ChrisPardyBrandonThorne

Christopher Pardy
Brandon Thorne
Memorial University

Past Student Award Winners