*Fighting the Tuberculosis Pandemic using Mathematics* - Dr. Kristin Bennett (RPI)

*Proof without words* - Dr. Mohammad Javaheri (Siena)

*Cashing in on Cryptography* - Daniel DiTursi (SUNY Albany/Siena College)

*When lines and circles are all the same* - Dr. Pedram Safari (Harvard University)

* Resolving open problems in the study of Mathematical knots* - Emily Casey (Siena 2014)

*A Game of Commuting Matrices* - Dr. Leila Khatami (Union College)

*Using the Ammann-Beenker Tiling to Model Quasicrystals* - Francesca Romano (Siena 2014)

*Matrix Field Theory for RNA molecules* - Dr. Graziano Vernizzi (Siena)

*Routes to Infinity: Asymptotic Behavior in the Lamplighter Group* - Dr. Keith Jones (SUNY Oneonta)

*Optimal Pentagonal Tilings* - Dr. Frank Morgan (Williams College)

*Population Models with Mutualism* - Dr. Len Putnick (Siena)

*Paul Erdos, the traveling mathematician* - Dr. Mohammad Javaheri (Siena)

*Consensus-Type Stochastic Approximation Algorithms* - Dr. Yu Sun (Siena)

*More Explicit Formulas for Euler and Bernoulli Numbers* - Francesca Romano (Siena 2014)

*Event Chains and Inverse Problems with Applications to Neuroscience* - Dr. Drew Warner (RPI)

*Japanese Temple Geometry: A Tale of Math, Art, Religion, and History* - Dr. David Clark (Randolph-Macon College)

*Math is a super power! Share it! Marketing "Extreme Problem Solving” to the Broader Community - *Dr. Mary O'Keeffe Founding advisor of Albany Area Math Circle, co-organizer of the Math Prize for Girls@MIT, and public policy economist at Union College

*Operator Algebras and Quantum Entanglement* - Jon Bannon (Siena)

*Structure in Numbers* - Zachary Kudlak (Mount Saint Mary College)

*Bachet's equation: From Diophantus to modern times* - Nikolai Krylov (Siena)

*Mathematica 8 in Education and Research* - Andy Dorsett (Wolfram Research)

*Link theory and general relativity* - Vladimir Chernov (Dartmouth College)

*On Making Honesty the Best Policy (Mathematically)* - Alan Taylor (Union College)

*Across the Great Divide: Generating Fun and Bridging the Gap between Two Competing Perspectives on Mathematics* - David Vella (Skidmore College)

*A Panoply of Pigeonhole Principle Pranks, with a Practical Application* - Jon Bannon (Siena)

*The Infinitude of the Primes: The beauty of many proofs* - M. Brad Henry (Siena)

*Queueing Theory - Mathematical Applications in Our Traffic System* - Lauren Peloso (Siena)

*Robot Motions and Collisions* - Satyan Devadoss (Williams College)

*Minimal Surfaces, Soap Films and Flat Chains* - Marie Snipes (Kenyon College)

*A Roller Coaster Ride Through Knot Theory* - M. Brad Henry (The University of Texas at Austin)

*The Euler Characteristic *- Keir Lockridge (Wake Forest University)

*Communication Complexity and Linear Algebra* - Louis Deaett (University of Victoria)

*Dynamics of Linear Fractional Transformations* - Mohammad Javaheri (Trinity College)

*Knots, Surfaces and k-Polygrams *- Joseph D’Avanzo (Siena)

*Noncommutative polynomials and Finite von Neumann algebras* - Joseph D’Avanzo (Siena)

*Algebraic Number Theory & Fermat's Last Theorem *- Allison Pacelli (Williams College)

*A Mathematical Model of Network Communication* - James Gatewood (Siena)

*Derivative vs. Integral: The Final Slapdown* - Colin Adams and Thomas Garrity (Williams College)

*A needle in a haystack* - Gary Nan Tie (The Travelers Companies)

*Hypergraphs: what they are, why we study them, and why they are really cool* - Leona Sparaco (Smith College)

*Where have all the lefties gone?* - Darren Lim (Siena)

*Mathematics in Pre-modern India* - Kim Plofker (Union College)

*Preserving a Nation: Mathematics Education in Poland* - Emelie Kenney (Siena)

*Mathematics, Finance, and Paying Off Your Student Loans! An actuaries’ perspective geared towards the undergraduate *- Lauren Cassidy and Brittany Parahus (Siena)

*Undergraduate Chaos* - Edwin Rogers (Siena)

*Topological equivalence of matrices plus very nice stipends for graduate school* - Mark Steinberger (SUNY Albany)

*What Can Mathematics Teach Us About Dating?* - Scott Diehl (Siena)

*Zeta[3] via hyperbolic functions* - Joseph D’Avanzo (Siena)

*Convergence of solutions and existence of multiple periodic solutions of a Non-Autonomous Rational Difference Equation* - Michael Radin (Rochester Institute of Technology)

*Monkeys, Mods, and Remainders! Oh My* - Brian McCourt, Allison Fazio, and Erin Ward (Siena)

*A Prime Example* - Brian McCourt, Allison Fazio, and Erin Ward (Siena)

*The Genus of Regular Polyhedral Toroids* - Eric Heller (Siena)

*Testing very large numbers for primality* - Darren Lim (Siena)

*Factoring Techniques* - Ryan Bakes (Hudson Valley Community College)

*Unfolding Polyhedra* - Robin Flatland (Siena)

*Dynamics of simple folds in a plane* - Nikolai Krylov and Edwin Rogers (Siena)

*Voting with Rubber Bands and Pulleys* - Davide Cervone and William Zwicker (Union College)

*Be careful what you vote for* - Jonathan Brown (Dartmouth College)

*Putting different colored balls into boxes *- Erik Mulvaney (Siena)

*The Cantor set and space-filling curves* - Don Hadwin (The University of New Hampshire)

*Career Advice For CS/IT/Math Types from a CS/IT/Math Type Problem Solver* - Brad Lowry (School of Dentistry University of Southern California)

*The Strategies and Tactics of Set and Setgame* - Darren Lim (Siena)

*Knots Undressed *- Jessica Hackett, Kellianne Kiely, Emery McDonald, Andrew Warner (Siena)

*Do some biological enzymes understand topology? Examining the "link" between DNA supercoiling and knot theory* - Bianca Pier (Siena)

*Linking Invariants of Fronts and Causality* - Vladimir Chernov (Dartmouth College)

*Ramanujan-Like Congruence Properties of the restricted partition function p(n,m) *- Brandt Kronholm (SUNY Albany)

*Topologically Voronoi Nets* - Nicole Greaney (RPI)

*Do the Ends Justify the Lengths?* - Csilla Szabo (RPI)

*Babylonian Triples and Pairs of Equations: Origins of Algebra in Antiquity* - Emelie Kenney (Siena)

*Coincidence, Chaos, and All That Math Jazz* - Edward Burger (Williams College)

*Searching for Missing Links: the Evolution of Some Undergraduate Research Projects* - Brenda Johnson (Union College)

*Avoiding the Identity* - Jacqueline Busching, Daryl Doty, Kelly Lawrence (Siena)

*Groups as Unions of Their Proper Subgroups* - Jennifer Roberts and Celeste Sisson (Siena)

*Isomorphism, Equality, Apples and Trees *- Jeffrey Dujardin, Amy Gadziala, Erin Guldenstern, Nicholas Orlando (Siena)

*Encryption, Asymmetry, and Prime Numbers * - Gove Effinger (Skidmore College)

*Visibility Graphs: A story of faculty and student collaboration over 10+ years* - Alice Dean (Skidmore College)

*Rational, Irrational, Algebraic and Transcendental Numbers* - Junsheng Fang (University of New Hampshire)

*Color my world: some open questions in graph coloring theory* - Emelie Kenney (Siena)

*Sudoku Variants and Other Logic Puzzles* - Kristin Farwell (Siena)

*Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Which Knot is Fairest of Them All? *- Meghan Davey, Madeline Gialanella, and Jaclyn Iraci (Siena)

*Geometry meets Algebra Vector Space and Field Properties of the Regular Polygon* - Sue Hurley (Siena)

*To Be or Not To Be? Let us Try and Answer the Question* - Alexander J. LaPoint (Siena)

*The General Burnside Problem in Exponent 3* - Alexander J. LaPoint (Siena)

*An ocean front is not the beach* - Thomas Rousseau (Siena)

*Mathematical models in daily life* - Mingchu Gao (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

*Cracking the case of the twenty cases problem *- Jim Matthews (Siena)

*The Educational Value of Boardgames *- Darren Lim (Siena)

*Constructing Numbers with Straightedge and Compass* - Alan Wiggins (Texas A&M University)

*The three B’s in fixed point theory* - Peter N. Wong (Bates College)

*The Higher Chain Rule and Composite Generating Functions* - David Vella (Skidmore College)

*Sonar and Radon Transforms* - David V. Feldman (University of New Hampshire)

*Computing with Continued Fractions* - David V. Feldman (University of New Hampshire)

*An Introduction to Quantum Cryptography* - Mark Rosenberry (Siena)

*Games on the Torus and Klein Bottle *- Jeffrey Avila, Linda Braham, Christine Kawczak, and Kristin Prochilo (Siena)

*On the Cantor Set and Various Dimensions *- Kerry McKnight, Daniel Lomanto, Matthew Sayles, and David Smith (Siena)

*On Newton’s method for root finding and chaos, and how to really find roots of complex polynomials* - Dierk Schleicher (International University Bremen, Germany)

*Symmetry, Group Actions, & Euclidean Geometry *- David Vella (Skidmore College)

*Mysteries of Black Holes* - Sergey Solodukhin (International University Bremen, Germany)

*Uniqueness and the Doubling Operator* - Ryan Decker (Siena)

*A Taste of Dynamical Systems* - Ryan Decker (Siena)

*Finding the closed path of minimal length within a regular tetrahedron* - Kristin Farwell (Siena)

*What is a real number? *- Nikolai A. Krylov (Siena)