**Colin Adams**, Williams College

*"Whatever Supersizing your Knot Invariants"*

*"Stick Numbers for Satellite Knots"*

**Olga R. Beaver**, Williams
College

*"Singular Functions"*

**Carsten Botts**, Williams College

*"An Alternative Algorithm for Sampling From the Truncated Normal
Distribution"*

**Edward Burger**, Williams College

*"Collapsing Periods for Periodic and Quasi-Periodic Continued
Fractions"*

**Elizabeth Denne**, Amherst College

*"The Geometry of Knots"*

**Satyan Devadoss**, Williams College

*"Space of Particle Collisions"*

**Stefan Forcey**, Tennessee State University

*"How to Draw a Multiplihedron"*

**Thomas Garrity**, Williams
College

*"On Thermodynamics and Diophantine Approximations"*

**William M. Gentry**, Williams College

*"Tax Sheltering: Geographic Evidence from Zip-Code Data"*

**Brent Heeringa**, Williams College

*"Exact and Approximation Algorithms for Synchronizing Automata"*

**Peter Hislop**, University of Kentucky

*"The Mathematics and Physics of Electrons in Solids"*

**Benjamin Howard**, University of
Michigan

*"The Moduli Space of Polygons in Euclidean Space"*

**Stewart Johnson**,
Williams College

*"Chattering and Relaxed Controls: Cyclic Approximation to Stasis"*

**Rafe Jones**, University of Wisconsin, Madison

*"Prime Divisors of Recurrence Sequences"*

**Bernhard Klingenberg**, Williams College

*"Dose Estimation Under Model Uncertainty"*

**Susan Loepp**, Williams University

*"Excellent Unique Factorization Domains"*

*"Hypersurfaces, Complete Intersections and Completions"*

**Steven Miller**, Williams College

*"The Pythagorean Won-Loss Formula in Baseball: An Introduction to
Statistics and Modeling"*

**Frank Morgan**, Williams College

*"Partitions, Densities, and Canadians (with 2007 SMALL Geometry
Group)"*

*"The Levy-Gromov Isoperimetric Inequality"*

*"Isoperimetric Comparison Theorems and Manifolds with Density""Twenty Years of the SMALL Undergraduate Research Project"*

**Ram Murty**, Queen's University

*"Are e and pi Related?*

**Allison Pacelli**, Williams
College

*"Indivisibility of Class Numbers"*

**Bruce Palka**, The National Science
Foundation and the University of Texas at Austin

*"Why Things Go Quasi in Higher Dimensions"*

**Roberto Pelayo**, Colorado College

*"Morse Theory Indomitable"*

**Shawn Rafalski**, Williams College

*"Immersed Hyperbolic Turnovers"*

**Amanda Riehl**, University of California, San
Diego

*"Combinatorics of Trig Functions"*

**Michael Schuckers**, St. Lawrence University

*"Are You Who You Say You Are? Evaluating the Performance of Biometric
Identification Systems"*

**Cesar Silva**, Williams College

*"Mixing Notions and Examples in Ergodic Theory"*

*"Dynamics of Celluar Automata"*

**Mihai Stoiciu**, Williams College

*"Clock Theorems for Eigenvalues of Finite CMV Matrices"*

*"Making Math Fuzzy: Forgoing Precision for Applications"*

**Genevieve Walsh**, Tufts University

*"Commensurability of Hyperbolic Knot Complements"*

**Aatif Abbas '08**

*"Naked Options"*

**Rachel Allen '08**

*"Molecular Symmetry: Using Math in Real Science"*

**William Bernsen '08**

*"Sufficient Shuffling: Creating a Random Deck of Cards"*

**Nathan Cook '08**

*"Heat Propagation through Various Media: A Mathematical
Approach"*

**Michael Daub '08**

*"Liouville's Theorem and the First Transcendental Number"*

**Michelle Donnelly '08**

*"Primes in Arithmetic Progressions"*

**Andrew Douglas '08**

*"Solving the Alleged "Pell" Equaton & the Archimedes Cattle
Question"*

**William Eusden '08**

*"Compressing Images with Fractals"*

** Anna Ferguson '08**

*"Decision Theory: What to do when Faced with Uncertainty"*

**Jane Gimian '08**

*"Where Would You Live if You Were a Graph?"*

**Nick Greer '08**

*"Mathematical Concepts in 20 ^{th} Century Music Theory"*

**Matthew Gustafson '08**

*"Getting our Just Desserts: How to Cut a Fair Cake"*

**Xiang He '08**

*"Optimal Control in Non-deterministic Systems"*

**Son Ho '08**

*"The Zeta Connection"*

**Michael Kamida '08**

*"A Basic Attack on RSA with Small Secret Exponent"*

**Corey Levin '08**

*"Logic and the Axiom of Choice"*

**Jesse Levitt '08**

*"Planar by Necessity, Colored by Choice"*

**Haydee Lindo '08**

*"The Fundamental Theore of Algebra"*

**Anthony Marcuccio '08**

*"Can One Always Set a Knot on a Table?"*

**Richard Martin '08**

*"Weyl's Equidistribution Theorem"*

**Adam McKay '08**

*"Noether's Theorem"*

**Katherine Nolfi '08**

*"Fermat's Last Theorem for Polynomial Rings"*

**Peter Nunns '08**

*"Your Brain in p-adic Numbers"*

**Caitlin O'Connell '08**

*"The abc Conjecture: Integers Under Constraints and Implications
Beyond Belief"*

**Jean Oudin '08**

*"Proper Table Etiquette Using Conway's Napkin Problem"*

**Erin Peaslee '08**

*"The Card Game SET"*

**Gordon Phillips '08 **

*"The Realty Television Problem: Doweries Revisited"*

**Elizabeth Pierce '08**

*"Random Walks in Different Dimensions"*

**Jonathan Prigoff '08**

*"Daddy Needs a New Pair of Shoes - Achieving a Goal by Playing
Craps"*

**Taryn Pritchard '08**

*"Slicing and Dicing in Higher Dimensions (with Chef Taryn)"*

**David Rogawski '08**

*"DNA Tangles and the Mechanism of Tn3 Resolvase"*

**Martin Rotemberg '08**

*"Arrow's Theorem"*

**Allison Rottkamp '08**

*"How the Leopard Got His Spots"*

**Martin Sawyer '08**

*"Simultaneous Approximation: How a Single Number Expresses
Everthing About You"*

**Elizabeth Schwartzman '08**

*"How Linear Algebra Turned Two Students into Millionaires"*

**William Sheridan '08**

*"Kirillov's Lucky Tickets Problem"*

**Sebastian Shterental '08**

*"Toiling Over Tiling, or Four Sides to a Tiling Issue
Involving Rectangles"*

**Sara Siegmann '08**

*"Intuitionism, Truth, and Logic"*

**Matthew Simonson '08**

*"Unlocking the Secrets of the Magic Square"*

**Amy Steele '08**

*"Applications of Conformal Mappings"*

**Kristin Sundet '08**

*"When to Arrive at the Finish Line of the Marathan"*

**Julie Van Deusen '08**

*"Cryptography Using Elliptic Curves"*

**Wasin Vipismakul '08**

*"Hartog's Theorem"*

**Nela Vukmirovic '08**

*"Transcendence: Easy as 0.123...?"*

**Paul Woodard '08**

*"Hexing Brouwer"*

**Sunmi Yang '08**

*"Mathematical Models of Dynamic Systems"*

**Zhichun Ying '08**

*"Bayesian Analysis on the Normal Linear Regression"*

**Irina Zhecheva '08**

*"Risk-Neutral Versus Nominal Investment Probabilities"*

**Colin Adams**

*"Blown Away: What Knot to Do When Sailing"*

Fordham University, Phi Mu Epsilon Ceremony

Notre Dame University

Denison University

Inaugural Guterman Lecture, Tufts University

MAA Wisconsin Sectional Meetings

Texas Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Sam Houston State
University

*"Making Math Fun"*

Texas Project NexT Meeting

*"Introduction to Knot Theory"*

AMS Short Course on Knots and Their Applications, Joint Math Meetings, San
Diego, CA.

*"Spanning Surfaces for Alternating Knots and Links"*

Special Session on Heegaard Splittings Bridge Number, and Low Dimensional
Topology, Joint Math Meetings, San Diego, CA.

*"Quasifuchsian Surfaces in Hyperbolic 3-Manifolds"*

Tufts University

Western AMS Sectional Meetings, Claremont McKenna College

*"Why Knot?"*

Denison University

MAA Wisconsin Sectional Meetings

*"Stick Knots"*

Denison University

**Carsten Botts**

*"A Flexible Approach to Bayesian Multiple Curve Fitting"*

SAC Capital

**Satyan Devadoss**

*"Particle Collisions"*

AMS Plenary Talk, Rutgers University

*"Robot Motion Planning"*

Tennessee State University

*"Mathematics and Visualization"*

MAA Alder Award San Jose,
CA.

*"Moduli Spaces of the Poincare Disk"*

University of Michigan

* Richard De Veaux
"Math is Music: Stats is Literature"
United States Conference on Teaching Statistics Keynote Address, Ohio
State University
"Data Mining in the Real World: Five Lessons Learned in the
Pit"
JMP Innovators' Summit, Traverse City, MI.
Claremont-McKenna College
University of Vermont
"Math is Music: Stat is Literature or When Did Teaching Statistics
Become So Hard?"
Claremont-McKenna College
University of Vermont
"What Data Mining Teaches Me About Teaching Statistics"
Boston Chapter, American Statistical Association, Mosteller Prize Talk
*"Successful Data Mining in Practice"

Keynote Address, Proctor & Gamble Symposium on Statistics

**Thomas Garrity**

*"Using Mathematical Maturity to Shape Our Curriculums, Our
Careers and Our Departments"*

Harvey Mudd College

Christie Lecture, MAA Northeast Section Meeting, Framingham State
College

MAA Intermountain Meeting, Brigham Young University

MAA Dinner Meeting, Norwich University

*"On the Arrogance of Mathematicians"*

Williams Roadscholars, Foxboro, MA

*"On Writing Numbers"*

CURM Conference, Brigham Young University

Middlebury College

Norwich University

**Bernhard Klingenberg**

*"Proof of Concept Under Model Uncertainty"*

University of Padua, Italy

*"Proof of Concept and Dose Estimation with Binary Data"*

Medical University of Vienna, Austria

*"Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Marginal Means"*

Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy

*"Testing Dose-Response with Multivariate Ordinal Data"*

Medical University of Vienna, Austria

*"Statistical Inference"*

Best Meeting 2008, Technical University Graz, Graz, Austria

*"Marginal Homogeneity in Multivariate Ordinal Data"*

Techical University Graz, Austria and Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Basel,
Switzerland

*"Dose-Response for Bivariate Biary Data Under Model
Uncertainty"*

International Workshop on Statistical Modeling 2008, Utrecht,
Netherlands

**Susan Loepp**

*"Completions of Local Rings"*

University of Texas at Austin

*"Rational Numbers and Polynomials: The Complete Story"*

Reed College

**Frank Morgan**

*"Soap Bubbles and Mathematics"*

Canadian Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Vancouver

Bethel College

Case Western Reserve

Wright State University

University of Virginia

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AK

Suffold University Science Banquet

MathCounts, Hartford, CT.

Burr & Burton Academy, Manchester, VT.

Mount Greylock Regional High School, Williamstown, MA.

*"Surface with Density and the Poincare Conjecture"*

Penn State University

Montclair State University

*"Soap Bubble Clusters and Mathematics"*

University of Iowa

*"What THEY Think is Good Teaching"*

Panel, Invited Paper Session on "Manifolds with Density, Partitioning
Problems, and the SMALL Undergraduate Research Project"

*"The Double Bubble Theorem" (Research with Undergraduates
Panel"*

MAA Mathfest, San Jose

*"Double Bubbles in the Torus"*

Notre Dame

*"Manifolds with Density"*

Notre Dame

*"Soap Bubble Geometry Contest"*

MAA Meeting, Framingham

*"The Double Bubble Theorem"*

SAC Capital Management, New York

*"Manifolds with Density after Perelman's Proof of the Poincare
Conjecture"*

George Washington University

*"The Isoperimetric Problem in Surfaces with Density"*

Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, St. Lawrence
University

*"Soap Bubbles and Mathematics"*

Seoul National University Epsilon Lecture

Bard College

Connecticut College

Georgia Tech

Sweetwood, Williamstown, MA.

*"Differential Geometry"*

Vietnam National University, Hanoi

*"Area-Minimizing Surfaces"*

Institute of Mathematics, Hanoi

*"Soap Bubbles, Students, and Mathematics"*

*"Double Bubbles and Student Research"*

*"Area-Minimizing Surfaces and Manifolds with Density"*

Hue University, Vietnam

*"Minimal Surfaces in Singular Ambients"*

Levico Italy (CIRM)

*"Bolle di Sapone e Matematica" for the Public*

*"Bolle di Sapone e Matematica" for high school teachers and
students*

*"Manifolds with Density" two lectures for young mathematicians*

Modena, Italy

*"Partitioning Problems"*

Banff Scientific Research Station, Canada

*"Double Bubbles in the Torus"*

Millersville University-Franklin and Marshall Joint Colloquium

**Allison Pacelli**

*"The 3-Rank of the Class Group in Number Fields and Function
Fields"*

Maine/Quebec Number Theory Conference

**Cesar Silva**

*"Transformaciones Mezclantes en Teoria Ergodicca"*

Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Lima, Peru

*"Ergodic Theory Examples to Illustrate Concepts from Real
Analysis"*

AMS Meeting, San Diego, CA.

*"Teoria Ergodica"*

EMALCA, Lima, Peru

**Mihai Stoiciu**

*Talks in Scientific Seminars:
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Keio University, Yokohama
University of Connecticut
Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA.
Brown University
University of Kentucky
*