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Math Professors Shine While Abroad

Written by Elizabeth Kavanaghe

aidoo vertical.jpgProfessors from Eastern Connecticut State University's Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science and Education recently presented papers at conferences and conducted research around the globe.

Anthony Aidoo, professor of math and computer science, traveled to Valencia, Spain, to the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) Conference on Applied Linear Algebra, where he presented the paper,  "A Solution to the Inverse Eigenvalue Problem for Certain Singular Hermitian Matrices."

Mathematics Professors Marsha Davis and Sita Koirala, and Education Professor Hari Koirala traveled to the International Conference on Mathematics Education (ICME-12) in Seoul, South Korea. Davis and Hari Koirala presented the paper, "Secondary Teacher Candidates' Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching as Demonstrated in Their Portfolios," which included Pete Johnson, associate professor of math and computer science, as one of the authors.  In addition, Davis, Sita Koirala and Hari Koirala presented the poster, "Students' Achievement in Introductory and Intermediate College Algebra," which included Kim Ward, associate professor of math and computer science, as one of the authors. 

Bonsu Osei, associate professor of math and computer science, traveled to Greece to deliver the paper, "Evolutionary Algorithms and Eco-informatics: A Myth or Reality." The paper was rated number one in its field this past year. Osei also hosted a session on "Education and Development of Ghana."

Christian Yankov, associate professor of math and computer science, traveled to the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in Sofia, Bulgaria, where he conducted joint research with members of the Institute's Analysis, Geometry and Topology Department.

 

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