#### Oct 11

### Northfield Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium

Each year Carleton and St. Olaf students work on a variety of interesting research problems in mathematics, both here in Northfield and around the country. Several of these students will be sharing the work they did this past summer at the 2022 Northfield Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium.

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3:30-3:45 pm - Combinatorial Method of Deriving m-Generalized Rogers-Ramanujan Type Identities, Meredith Williams (St. Olaf)

3:50-4:05 pm - Gerrymandering: An Inductive Approach, Zach Glaser (Carleton)

4:10-4:25 pm - Generalized Fibonacci Polynomial Identities, Swagat Malla and Aryaman Manish Joshi (St. Olaf)

4:30-4:40 pm - Short Break

4:40-4:55 pm - Convexity of 4-Maximal Neural Codes, Gustavo Flores (Carleton)

5:00-5:15 pm - Using Fair AI When Demographics are Missing, Alyssa Romporti (St. Olaf)

5:20-5:35 pm - Analyze the effect of weight on shoe-print impression using computer vision, David Chu (Carleton)

5:40-6:10 pm - Break for Dinner

6:15-6:30 pm - Approximation Algorithms for Token Swapping on Graphs, Sam Hiken (Carleton)

6:35-6:50 pm - Mathematical Approaches to the Archaeological Refit Problem, Nzingha Joseph and Evelene Zhang (Carleton)

6:55-7:10 pm - Partition Fun: On Certain McKay Numbers of Symmetric Groups, Annemily Hoganson (Carleton)

**Event Contact:**Sue Jandro