Greta Pangborn
Associate Professor of Computer Science
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Undergraduate Research and Independent Study Projects:

  • David Robbins, Design Strategies for DNA Nanoscale Prisms, Summer 2013
  • Nate Hodge, Design Strategies for DNA Nanoscale Prisms, Summer 2103
  • Sam Blakely,  Minimum Turning Cost Eulerian Tours, Spring 2012, Summer 2013
  • Brianne Conlon, Graph Theoretical Optimization for Self-Assembling DNA Nanostructures, Spring 2013
  • Rob Hammond, Graph Theoretical Optimization for Self-Assembling DNA Nanostructures, Spring 2013
  • Eric Sherman, DNA Polyhedra, Summer 2012, Spring 2013, Summer 2013
  • Mary Falcigno, Tiling and Threading of Polyhedra,  Summer 2012, Summer 2013
  • Saja Willard, DNA Polyhedra, Fall 2011-Spring 2013
  • Katelyn Heath, Tiling and Threading of Polyhedra, Summer 2012
  • Tyler Hotte, Designs for Self-Assembling Cubic Lattices, Summer 2012
  • Miranda LaRoque, Designs for Self-Assembling Cubic Lattices, Summer 2012
  • Mary Hall, Phylogenetic Trees: Graphical Representations of Evolutionary Relationships, Summer 2011
  • Brandon Doster, The Eulerian Superpath Problem, Summer 2011
  • Kevin O’Brien and James Coolidge, Utilizing the Octet Truss in the Design of Lateral Transfer Retroreflectors, Summer 2011
  • Thomas Dickerson, Generating Crystal Lattices with the Octahedral Symmetry Group (and other projects), Fall 2010- Spring 2013
  • Mary Spuches, Design Optimization for DNA nanostructures, Fall 2010- Spring 2011
  • Jessica Adams, Knotted Crystals in the Octet Truss, Spring 2011- Summer 2011
  • Kelsie King, Knotted Crystals in the Octet Truss, Fall 2010- Spring 2011
  • Patrick Redmond, Monte Carlo Simulations and the Potts Model, Summer–Fall 2008.
  • Akie Hashimoto, Mathematical Models for Building Graphical Complexes from DNA, Summer 2008.
  • Katie Berry, A Closer Look at some NP-Complete Problems, Spring 2007.
  • Sarah Hamilton, Properties of Unit Rectangle Visibility Graphs, with Dr. Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Summer 2006 – Spring 2007. 
  • Laura Beaudin, Applications of the Potts Model Partition Function and the Tutte Polynomial, with Dr. Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Summer 2006 – Spring 2007.
  • Dave Miller, Determining the Minimum Number of Tile Types Needed to Form DNA Nanostructures, with Dr. Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Summer 2006 – Spring 2007.
  • Christopher Jennings, Spring Embedded Graph Drawing for Netlist Layout, with Dr. Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Summer 2006-Fall 2006.
  • Sarah Walker, Determination of Strand Numbers for DNA Nanoconstructs, with Dr. Jo Ellis-Monaghan and Dr. Doug Green, Spring 2006.
  • Sarah Walker, Algorithms for Constructing Phylogenetic Trees, Spring 2006.
  • Jamey Lewis, Spring Embedded Graph Drawing for Netlist Layout, with Dr. Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Spring 2004 – Summer 2006.
  • Michele Fretta, Modeling the Genetics of Language Trees, Spring 2005.
  • Diana Coulter, Predicting the Outcomes of Tennis Matches, Spring 2005.
  • Jeremy Danyow, Network Simulation development, Spring 2004.

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