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"Choosing to apply to CCS mathematics was one of the best decisions I have ever made. This program was a serious selling point for my choice in attending UCSB. Never in my life have I been so academically challenged or engaged. As a result of this, I'm working harder than I have in my life but I couldn't possibly enjoy it more. All the professors in this program are brilliant, and they truly care that their students LEARN the material and understand the concepts as opposed to regurgitate definitions. I'm very pleased with my choice, and am looking forward to the years to come ." Alex Sheftel and Ian Bloom CCS Mathematics Student

Senior thesis 2011-2012

1. "First-passage kinetic Monte Carlo methods for the reaction of particles subject to drift and diffusion," by Justin Shrake. (Advisor: Paul Atzberger)

2. "Dynamic Energy Budget for Fasciola Hepatica," by Anthony Aylward (Advisor: Bjorn Birnir).

3. "Special elements of the Hecke and Temperley-Lieb Algebras," by Joseph Mazeika. (Advisor: Stephen Bigelow).

4. "Equilibrium points of potential fields produced by positive point charges," by Yifei Wang. (Advisor: Thomas Sideris).

5. "Presentation of the Motzkin Monoid," by Kris Hatch. (Advisor: Stephen Bigelow).

6. "Extensions of the pseudo-Boolean representation of the p-median problem," by Gabriel Sloggy. (Advisor: Richard Church).

7. "Phase separation in diblock copolymers," by Per Von Soosten. (Advisor: Carlos Garcia Cervera).

8. "Semi-symmetric graphs of valence 5," by Berkeley Churchill. (Advisor: Jon McCammond).

9. "An extension of Zeeman's an Introduction to Topology", by Jennifer Liu (Advisor: Martin Scharlemann).