The goal of the IL-MO Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is to provide
an opportunity for undergraduate students to present mathematical research projects
and expository papers, to meet with more established mathematicians, and to network
with their fellow students.
The 2017 IL-MO Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conference was Saturday, October
28, 2017, at Southeast Missouri State University.
Highlights of the 2017 IL-MO Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conference are pictured
Dr. Austin Mohr of Nebraska Wesleyan University presented the keynote address "Creating the Ideal Guest List"
Ally Miller, Scott City Central High School student, presented "The Surface Area of a Hyperblock".
Jake Eskew, University of Tennessee - Martin student, presented "Pythagorean Triples".
Aubrey McKenzie, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale student, presented "Ramsey Theory, Diagonal Ramsey Numbers, and a Look into R(5, 5)".
Hayley Huntley, Southeast Missouri State University student, presented "Effects of an invasive plant species (Lonicera maackii) on the recruitment & diversity
of native plant species in Missouri oak-hickory forests".
Faizel Khan, Southeast Missouri State University student, presented "Predicting Correlated Loss Cost in the context of Big-Data".
Andrew Crutcher, Southeast Missouri State University student, presented "Turing Machines".
Jennifer Kaneer, University of Tennessee - Martin student, presented "Radio Graceful Hamming Graphs".
Carter Lyons, Nebraska Wesleyan University student, presented "Classification of Algebraically Defined Graphs by Girth".