- There will be soft drinks and snacks at registration.

- Welcome: Judy Walker, Chair of the Conference Organizing Committee
Opening Remarks: Richard Hoffmann, Dean of th College of Arts and Sciences

- Jennifer Key, Clemson University

"Error-Correcting Codes"

- Burnett 107: Andrea Young, Pennsylvania State
University,

Spindown of an Elastic Fluid

Burnett 120: Wendy Corp, Benedictine University,

Who Has my Hat?

Burnett 124: Jane Holsapple, Bryn Mawr College

Group Actions on R-Trees

- Burnett 107: Kristin Spaulding, University of
Washington,

Mode-Locking in Optical Fiber Ring Lasers

Burnett 120: Dorea Claassen, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln,

The Bandwidth of a Random Graph

Burnett 124: Sonja Willis, University of California at San Diego,

Cayley Digraphs Using MAPLE

- Welcoming Remarks: Harvey Perlman, Chancellor, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln

Speaker: Wendy Hines, UNL Department of Mathematics and Statistics

"What Would You Do to Be a Mathematician?"

- Burnett 118: Johanna Franklin, Carnegie Mellon University,

Statistical Analysis of the Determinants of Certain Sign Pattern Matrices

Burnett 120: Michelle Bradley, University College Cork,

Statistical Study on the Healing of Post Surgery Wounds

Burnett 124: Juliana Belding, Bryn Mawr College,

Finding Fundamental Units of Quartic Fields

- Burnett 118: Kaniz Rashid Mamun, California State
University, Hayward,

Cross-Validation versus Bootstrap Estimates of the Prediction Error in Statistical Modelling.

Burnett 120: Theresa Kim, Bryn Mawr College,

Optimizing Your Soul Mate

Burnett 124: Ellen Eischen, Princeton University,

Patterns, Line Sums, and Symmetry

- Burnett 118: Deborah E. Sinclair, University of Redlands,

Competition Between Random Variables

Burnett 120: Susan Ott, Smith College,

Widely Spaced Matrix Modifications and their Resultant Localized Eigenvectors

Burnett 124: Laura Hall, Bryn Mawr College,

Solutions to the Equation xyz=x+y+z=1

- Burnett 118: Jennifer Bailey, Colorado School of Mines,

American Option Pricing

Burnett 120: Megan Sheets, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln,

Digitally Analyzing and Compressing the Artwork of Edward Hopper

Burnett 124: Crystal Hoyt, Texas A&M,

Irreducible Representations of Solvable Lie Superalgebras

- "Life in Graduate School"

Panelists: Mari Campbell, Lloyd Douglas, Susan Hermiller, Kristie Pfabe, Victoria Sapko

Moderator: Roger Wiegand, Graduate Chair, UNL Department of Mathematics and Statistics

- "Opportunities for Math Students"

Speakers: Lloyd Douglas, Rick Poss, Sylvia Wiegand

Moderator: Jackie Anderson

- Alice Silverberg, Ohio State University

"Elliptic Curves are Everywhere!"

- Burnett 118: Lisa Raquel Casanova-Del Moral, University of Puerto Rico in Humacao,

A Genetic Algorithm for the Calculus of Variations in Two Dimensions

Burnett 120: Sarah Croog, Mount Holyoke College,

Limits of Normals at Singular Points of Curves

Burnett 124: Jennifer Beilfuss, St. Olaf College,

Determining the Volume of Polyhedra

- Burnett 118: Deborah Zadina, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln,

Good Sampling Times for Sampled Data Control

Burnett 120: Rachael Floit, Augustana College,

Trigonometric Functions of Matrices

Burnett 124: Alice Medvedev, California Institute of Technology,

Divisions into Triangles

- Burnett 118: Sarah Moss, Harvard University,

Ruminations on Rearrangeability

Burnett 120: Raegan Higgins, Xavier University,

The Stability Analysis of the Nonlinear Difference Equation x(n+1) = 1/(Ax(n)^3 + x(n-1)^2)

Burnett 124: Camillia Smith, Michigan State University,

The Optimal Oriented Diameter of the 3x5 Torus and of Joins of Graphs

- Burnett 118: Andrea Cook, University of Washington,

Spatial Analysis of West Coast Groundfish

Burnett 120: Jenna Nichols, Mount Holyoke College,

The Search for a (288, 42, 6) Difference Set

Burnett 124: Michelle Kidd, University of Pittsburgh,

Numerical Simulations of Flow in Porous Media

- Burnett 118: Suzanne Sindi, California State University,
Fullerton,

A Stochastic Model of Chromosome Evolution

Burnett 120: Cornelia Yuen, University of California, Berkeley,

Polynomial Knots of Fifth Degree

Burnett 124: Anne-Marie Hunter, University College Cork,

Modeling Blood Flow from the Heart

- "What to Do with a Graduate Degree in Math"

Panelists: Lloyd Douglas, Jennifer Key, Glenn Ledder, Jane Meza, Theresa Strei

Moderator: Sylvia Wiegand, UNL Department of Mathematics and Statistics

- Sponsored by the UNL Women's Undergraduate Math Network

Come and go as you please.

- Burnett 118: Patricia Howard and Amelia O'Hanlon, Ithaca College,

Path Length and Tree Height in the Asymmetric Binary Branching Fractal Tree

Burnett 120: Beth McClanahan and Janet Trimm, Birmingham-Southern College and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology,

A New Formula for Frobenius Numbers in Three Variables

Burnett 124: Betsy LaPlant and Bethany McLemore, Bemidji State University and East Texas Baptist University,

The Search for Latin Transversals in nxn Cayley Tables

- Burnett 118: Anna Hu, Bryn Mawr College,

Knot Invariants

Burnett 120: Julie Rowlett, University of Washington,

Bounding the Radii of a Family of Siegel Disks

- Burnett 118: Erika Roberts, Virginia Tech,

Discrete Morse Theory for Cell Complexes

Burnett 120: Melanie Wood, Duke University,

Generalized Factorials and P-orderings

- Burnett 118: Erin M. Bergman, St. Norbert College,

Energizer Fractions: They Keep Going and Going and ...

Burnett 120: Stephanie Mosier, Xavier University,

The Gerschgorin Circle Theorem and its Consequences

- Burnett 118: Abby Mroczenski, St. Norbert College,

Figure It Out

Burnett 120: Katherine Rasing, Iowa State University,

The Application of ISAc Structures to the Problem of Aligning Gene Fragments

- Burnett 118: Dana D. Thompson, North Park University,

The Homeless Traveling Salesman

Burnett 120: Jody Radowicz, North Central College,

Cwatsets as Codes