- Caroline Galvinhill '18, (Advisor: Professor Thomas Cecil), Exploring Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry, May 8, 2018.
- Katie Heenan '18, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano), A Topological and Graphical Data Analysis of Simulated Ballistic Deposition, May 8, 2018.
- Michell Yu '18, (Advisor: Professor Eric Ruggieri), Detecting Change Points in Climate Records, May 7, 2018.
- Lucca Eloy '18, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden), A Computational Model of Heading and Object Detection using Real-World Scenes, May 7, 2018.
- Rich Bielak '18, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine), A Combinatorial Proof of an Euler Type Identity due to Andrews, May 4, 2018.
- Caitlin Harty '18, (Advisor: Professor Eric Ruggieri), Analyzing Monopoly Using Statistical Computing, May 2 2018.
- Cara Donovan '18, (Advisor: Professor ), A Dynamical Systems Approach to Climate Modeling, May 2, 2018.

- Bobby Eilbacher '17, (Advisor: Professor Alisa DeStefano), Taming the Elements: How We Use Math to Predict the Weather, May 10, 2017.
- Sarah Tymochko '17, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano), Topological Data Analysis of Retinal Vasculature, May 10, 2017.
- Olivia Lau '17, (Advisor: Professor Ed Soares), Computation of Parkinson's Disease Related Patterns using PET Imaging, May 9, 2017.
- Brian Toner '17, (Advisor: Professor Ed Soares), Identification of Treatment Effect for Alzheimer's Disease Based on Blinded Clinical Data, May 8, 2017.
- Emily Winn '17, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano), Topological Modeling of Force Networks in Granular Materials, May 8, 2017.

- J.C. Winslow '16, (Advisor: Professor Kevin Walsh), Analyzing Cell Phone Coverage near Worcester, MA Using Topological Landmarked Based Mapping, May 10, 2016.

- Brian Toner '17 and Sarah Tymochko '17, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano), In-111 Uptake in SPECT Images of Murine Tumors with varying Antigen Expression: A Topological Approach, July 30, 2015.
- Joeseph Terranova '16, (Advisor: Professor Eric Ruggieri), A Probabilistic Change Point Analysis to Find the Steroid Era in Major League Baseball, July 30, 2015.
- Timothy Arnold '16 and Brian Menezes '16, (Advisor: Professor Gareth Roberts), Relative Equilibria of Four Vortices with Three Equal Circulations, July 30, 2015.
- Woosub Shin '15, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine), An Introduction to Ramsey Theory, Honors Presentation, May 5, 2015.
- Alec Rockwell '15, (Advisor: Professor Steve Levandosky), Brouwer's Fixed Point Theorem and the Existence of Nash Equilibrium, Honors Presentation, May 4, 2015.
- Sarah Ober '15, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine), The Theory of Partitions, Honors Presentation, May 4, 2015.
- Bill Hallahan '15, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine), Stability of the Coefficients in the Kronecker Product of a Hook and a Rectangle, Honors Presentation, April 30, 2015.
- Ken Goettler '15, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano), Modeling T Cell Dynamics: Chronic Immune Activation and Cellular Lifetimes in HIV-1 Infection Honors Presentation, April 30, 2015.
- Melissa R. McGuirl '15, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano), A Topological Analysis of Targeted In-111 Uptake in SPECT Images of Mouse Tumors, Honors Presentation, April 28, 2015.
- Gopal Yalla '15, (Advisor: Professor Ed Soares ), Optimization of Chromatogram Alignment Using A Class Separability Criterion, Honors Presentation, April 28, 2015.

- Lauren Buckley '14, (Advisor: Professor John Little), Topic Surface Codes, Holy Cross: Summer Research Presentation, July 25, 2013.
- Margaret F. Hauser'15 and Gopal R. Yalla '15, (Advisor: Professor Gareth Roberts), Linearly Stable Relative Equilibria Utilizing a Dominant Mass Holy Cross: Summer Research Presentation, July 24, 2013.
- Mark Safran '15, (Advisor: Professor Kevin Walsh), iOS App Development and the Xcode IDE, Holy Cross: Summer Research Presentation, July 25, 2013.
- Alex Yeo '15, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden), Combining motion and depth cues in the detection of moving objects by moving observers, Holy Cross: Summer Research Presentation, July 25, 2013.

- Jonathan Root '10, (Advisor: Professor Rafe Jones), The Proportion of k-cycles for Polynomials Modulo Primes Holy Cross: Departmental Honors Thesis Presentation, April 29, 2010.
- Shea Sennett '10, (Advisor: Professor Gareth Roberts), Collinear Central Configurations in the n-Body Problem, Holy Cross: Departmental Honors Thesis Presentation, April 28, 2010.

**Clarice Ferolito '09**, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine),*Littlewood's Conjecture*Holy Cross: Departmental Honors Thesis Presentation, May 1, 2009.**Jonathon Madore '09**, (Advisor: Professor Sharon Frechette),*Elliptic Curves: Groups, Fields, and Cryptography,*Holy Cross: Departmental Honors Thesis Presentation, May 1, 2009.**Katie Moore '09**, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden),*Cortical processing of moving object detection: Psychophysical and computational studies,*Holy Cross: Departmental Honors Thesis Presentation, May 1, 2009.**Kate Donovan '09**, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine),*A Combined Graph Theory and Number Theory Approach to Ramanujan Graphs*Holy Cross: College Honors Thesis Presentation, April 29, 2009.**Bridget Whitehead '09**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*A Study in Viral Dynamics: Modeling the Immune Response to HIV-1 after HAART*Holy Cross: Departmental Project Presentation, April 28, 2009.**Matt Brady '10**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*Modeling Deeply Knotted Proteins with KnotPlot*, Undergraduate Poster Session of the Joint Mathematics Meeting, Washington DC, January 2009.

**James Antonio '09**, (Advisor: Professor Andrew Hwang),*The geometry of Clairaut metrics*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Matt Brady '10**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*Detecting deep protein knots with Knotplot*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Christina D'Ambrogio '11**, (Advisors: Professor Laurie Smith King and Professor Viraj Kumar),*The Art of iRobot Programming and Guidance*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Mike Holloway '09**, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden),*A computational model for detecting moving objects*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Jonathon Madore '09**, (Advisor: Professor Sharon Frechette),*Cryptography with Elliptic Curves over Finite Fields*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Katie Moore '09**, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden),*The psychophysics of moving object detection: The effect of speed*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Shea Sennett '10**, (Advisor: Professor Gareth Roberts),*Investigations of Special N-Body Orbits*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Bridget A. Whitehead '09**, (Patrick H. Ryan, Ph.D. Jeff W. Burkle, Christopher D. Codispoti MD MS, Grace K. LeMasters Ph.D. Co-authors from Department of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, where the research was done),*Are Skin Prick Tests or Wheal Sizes Prior to 24 Months of Age Associated with Allergic Sensitization at 36 Months?*, Holy Cross: 2008 Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium, September 5, 2008.**Megan Murphy '08**, (Advisor: Professor Alisa DeStefano),*Girls and Math Education*, Women's and Gender Studies Capstone Project Presentation, May 2, 2008.**Rachel Quaden '08**, (Advisor: Professor Alisa DeStefano),*Wavelets in Medical Imaging*, College Honors Program Thesis Presentation, May 2, 2008.**Alex Simao**, (Advisor: Professor John Little),*Applications of Computational Commutative Algebra in Statistics*, Undergraduate Research Presentation in Mathematics, Thursday, May 1, 2008.**Katherine L. Fitzpatrick '08**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*Non-Loose Legendrian Knots*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, May 1, 2008.

**Candida L. Desjardins '07**, (Advisor: Professor Ed Soares),*A Remote and Non-Contact Method for Obtaining the Blood-Pulse Waveform with a Laser Doppler Vibrometer*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, May 2, 2007.**Kathryn Y. Noonan '07**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano and Professor Kimberley Frederick, Chemistry),*Principal Component Analysis of Illicit Drug Mixtures (using Raman Spectroscopy)*, Undergraduate Research Presentation, April 30, 2007.**Renee A. Laverdiere '07**, (Advisor: Professor Tom Cecil),*Matrix Groups: A Confluence of Algebra and Geometry*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, April 30, 2007.

**Erin M. Connors '06**, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden),*The Detection of Moving Objects by Moving Observers*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Computer Science, May 4, 2006.**Alison Brown, Maggie Kielman and Angelina Kim**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*Knot Your Average Talk: Legendrian Knots and their Invariants*, Senior Undergraduate Research Presentation in Mathematics, May 3, 2006.**Ellen Gasparovic '06**, (Advisor: Professor Tom Cecil),*Strange New Universe: A Study of Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, May 3, 2006.**Rob Truxler '06**, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden),*A Computational Model for the Detection of Heading from a Video Camera*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Computer Science, May 2, 2006.

**Elizabeth M. Sennott '05**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*Color by Numbers: On a conjecture of Kauffman and Harary*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, May 4, 2005.**Ryan P. Schwarz '05**, (Advisor: Professor John Little),*Toric and Quasi-Toric Codes*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, May 2, 2005.**Trevor M. O'Brien '05**, (Advisor: Professor Gareth Roberts),*Elusive Zeros Under Newton's Method: An Introduction to Complex Dynamics*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, April 27, 2005.

**Michael G. Higdon '04**, (Advisor: Professor Alisa DeStefano),*Wavelets and Multiresolution Analysis*, Department Honors Thesis Presentation, May, 2004.

**Kathleen Leahy '04**, (Advisor: Professor Cristina Ballantine),*Enigma The Code that Changed History*, Northeastern Section of the MAA (NES/MAA), Wellesley College, November 21, 2003.**Daniel Conti '03**, (Advisor: Professor Stanzi Royden),*Moving Through Virtual Reality: Simulations and Experiments*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Computer Science, April 30, 2003.**Heather Bain '03**, (Advisor: Professor David Damiano),*The Future of Carbon in Brazil: Three Contrasting Scenarios*, Thesis Presentation for Honors in Mathematics, April 29, 2003.