The following four final projects were turned in by the four undergraduates who took math 252. None of the graduate students in the course were required to do projects. Jennifer's paper is the most polished and the best overall. Dimitar and Tseno are somewhat unfinished, but both are very interesting. Seth's is the only one that verifies something unknown before, and only hints at the huge amount of computation that went on behind the scenes.
|Jennifer Balakrishnan||A Survey of Results Concerning the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture over Function Fields|
|Dimitar Jetchev||Principal Homogenous Spaces, Selmer Groups, and Shafarevich-Tate Groups|
|Seth Kleinerman||Some Computations in Support of Maeda's Conjecture|
|Tseno Tselkov||Neron models and the Shafarevich-Tate group|