Research

Talks given:

  1. The 17th Graduate Student Mathematical Modeling Camp GSMMC 2022, University of Delaware, Delaware, June 2022: Preliminary report on Symmetric and asymmetric cell division and modeling of interacting cell populations in the colonic crypt. Click here for slides
    The demonstrative video about crypt cells division (Blue is C cells, Red is P cells, and Yellow is D cells):
  2. The 38th Mathematical Problems in Industry, Worcester Polytechnique Institute, Massachusetts, June 2022: Goldman Sachs Asset Management: Commitment Strategy Optimization Click here for slides

Papers:

  1. A proof of the Prime Number Theorem using the Tchebyschev function and its cousin function: Here is the paper (2021)
  2. Preliminary report on Symmetric and asymmetric cell division and modeling of interacting cell populations in the colonic crypt: https://www.mathsci.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/GSMMC_reports/gsmmc-2022-Colon-final-report.pdf
    OR download the pdf file here: Click here

Industrial Reports:

Coming soon…

  1. J. Adriazola, A. Chen, P.R. Kramer, K. Sikorski, S. Sturm, A. Wey and 38th Mathematical Problems in Industry Workshop (MPI) Study Group, K. Vo as part of the team member. “Commitment Planning for Drawdown Vehicles in a Stochastic Setting. Mathematics in Industry Reports, Cambridge Open Engage. 2022. DOI: 10.33774/miir-2022-s5853

Here is some work in progress:

1. Applied Mathematics Qualifying Exam Preparation: Part A

Lecture Notes:

  1. Graduate Probability Theory (Math 206A- UCR -Fall 2021 – Dr. Heyrim Cho)
  2. Graduate Numerical Analysis (Math 206B – UCR -Winter 2022 – Dr. Qixuan Wang)
  3. Graduate Methods of Applied Mathematics (Math 206C – UCR – Spring 2022 – Dr. Jia Guo)

Conferences attended:

  1. The Graduate Student Mathematical Modeling Camp GSMMC 2022: https://www.mathsci.udel.edu/events/conferences/gsmmc-2022
  2. The 38th Mathematical Problems in Industry 2022: http://labs.wpi.edu/cims/initiatives/mpi/mpi-2022-information/
  3. The 19th International Conference on the Integration of Constraint Programming, Artificial Intelligent and Operation Research: https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/cpaior-2022/schedule?authuser=0

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