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AMS Sectional Meeting Program by Special Session

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2002 AMS and MAA Spring Southeastern Section Meetings
Atlanta, GA, March 8-10, 2002
Meeting #975

Associate secretaries:
John L Bryant, AMS bryant@math.fsu.edu

Special Session on Real World Applications of Mathematics

  • Friday March 8, 2002, 2:10 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
    Special Session on Real World Applications of Mathematics, I

    Room 246, Skiles Classroom Building
    Organizers:
    Mark C. Ginn, Appalachian State University mcg@math.appstate.edu

    • 2:10 p.m.
      Evaluating Hazardous Materials Regulations for New York City Tunnels.
      Charles R. Hadlock*, Bentley College
      (975-91-172)
    • 2:40 p.m.
      Using Trigonometry and Physics to analyze the dangers of Bridge Swinging.
      Thomas L Fitzkee*, Francis Marion University
      (975-51-244)
    • 3:10 p.m.
      College Algebra in Context: An Algebra Course Based on Real World Applications and Models.
      Lisa S Yocco*, Georgia Southern University
      Ronald J Harshbarger, University of South Carolina Beaufort
      (975-00-30)
    • 3:40 p.m.
      SVD Noise Reduction in Biomedical Imaging.
      Todd G. Will*, Davidson College
      (975-15-388)
    • 4:10 p.m.
      Dual Career of Teaching and Consulting.
      James C. Kropa*, Southern Polytechnic State Univ.
      (975-00-87)
  • Saturday March 9, 2002, 3:05 p.m.-5:25 p.m.
    Special Session on Real World Applications of Mathematics, II

    Room 246, Skiles Classroom Building
    Organizers:
    Mark C. Ginn, Appalachian State University mcg@math.appstate.edu

    • 3:35 p.m.
      The Treatment of Long-Lived, Carbon-Containing Products in Inventories of Greenhouse Gas Emissions to the Atmosphere.
      Eric Marland*, Appalachian State University
      Gregg Marland, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
      (975-92-390)
    • 4:05 p.m.
      The Mathematics of Remote Sensing.
      Kevin M Peterson*, Lynchburg College
      David R Perault, Lynchburg College
      (975-00-364)
    • 4:35 p.m.
      Modeling a Quantum Wire.
      Katharine F. Gurski*, National Institute for Standards and Technology
      Geoffrey B. McFadden, National Institute for Standards and Technology
      (975-34-156)
    • 5:05 p.m.
      Mathematical Problems in Ultra Wide-band Radio.
      Marcus H Pendergrass*, Time Domain Corporation
      (975-94-89)
Inquiries:  meet@ams.org