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 7Kong, Linglong (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
 7Lewis, Mark (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
 6Han, Bin (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
 6Hillen, Thomas (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
 6Mizera, Ivan (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)

Fall 2021
Hydrogen fuel cells convert the chemical energy of hydrogen directly into electricity, with the only byproducts being heat and water. The high cost of hydrogen fuel cells due to the expensive platinum catalyst is one of the limiting factors to their global commercialization. Improving fuelcell...

Fall 2021
In this note we present a construction which improves the best known bound on the minimal dispersion of large volume boxes in the unit cube. The dispersion of a subset of the cube is the supremal volume over all axis parallel boxes in the cube which do not intersect the given subset. The minimal...

Fall 2021
Imposing a constraint on the initial wealth may cause the perfect hedging impossible. In this case, the goal of an investor is to find a strategy that minimize the shortfall under a certain measure, which leads to the concept of partial hedging. In this thesis, the shortfall risk is measured by...

Spring 2022
This work develops numerical methods (finite difference methods) for equations of fluid dynamics and equations of elasticity reformulated in the stress variables (as opposed to natural variables) and applies them to the FluidStructure Interac tion (FSI) problem using a new model based on the...

Sources, sinks, and sea lice: determining patch contribution and transient dynamics in marine metapopulations
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Sea lice are a threat to the health of both wild and farmed salmon and an economic burden for salmon farms. Opennet salmon farms act as reservoirs for sea lice in near coastal areas, which can lead to elevated sea louse levels on wild salmon. With a free living larval stage, sea lice can...

Representability of Algebraic CHOW Groups of Complex Projective Complete Intersections and Applications to Motives
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In 1990 James D. Lewis made a conjecture on the representability of algebraic Chow groups of projective algebraic manifolds. We prove that his conjecture holds for smooth complex complete intersections satisfying a numerical condition and consider some applications to motives.