This week we had our first seminar. Our speaker is Donsub Rim, and the paper of the talk can be found here. You should skim through the paper even if you don’t understand most of it, as it is of the format and length we aim for. If you are interested in writing your capstone on applied mathematics, or if you like to implement graphs in your capstone paper, this paper is a good example of such content. Please write a report on the talk, with comments on the talk: what are the things you liked about the talk, and would like to use when you give the capstone talk, etc.
On Oct 12, we will be peer reviewing your second reading report and summing up the comments I got from your first peer review. Two major things I noticed: correct format and mathematical content is crucial for you to receive a high review. So please keep editing your second paper aiming towards these goals.
I am not on campus on Friday, Oct 14. Email me if you have any questions or would like to meet during other times.