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Minot State student at Princeton

Chloe Ondracek, Minot State University mathematics major and member of an undergraduate research group advised by Narayan Thapa, assistant professor of mathematics, has been invited to participate in the 2014 Program for Women and Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study May 12-23 in Princeton, N.J. Since 1994, the institute and Princeton University have brought together mathematicians and students, at graduate and undergraduate levels, with the support of the National Science Foundation.   

During her stay in Princeton, Ondracek will participate in a formal course for undergraduates, problem sessions and an interdisciplinary undergraduate seminar on women in science. She will also share her current research on inverse problem for projectiles funded by NASA through the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Fellowship.  

Previously, the Minot native presented her research “Identification Problem in Parabolic Partial Differential Equation” at the Joint Mathematics Meeting in Baltimore. This research was submitted for publication as a co-authored paper by Ondracek and Thapa. 

Published: 03/31/14

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