Undergraduate Mathematics Day at the University of Dayton (UMD) is held in November of odd-numbered years. It celebrates undergraduate mathematics in all its forms: research, history, teaching, and learning. The electronic proceedings gives the student experience to formally write a research or expository article. The articles are refereed for correctness and style. The conference coincides with the annual Schraut Memorial Lecture, named for Kenneth “Doc” Schraut, a mathematics faculty member from 1940 to 1978 and department chair from 1954 to 1970.
Current Volume: Volume 7 (2022)
Finding an Effective Shape Parameter Strategy to Obtain the Optimal Shape Parameter of the Oscillatory Radial Basis Function Collocation in 3D
Quinnlan Aiken, Annika Murray, and Ar Lamichhane