Undergraduate 4F90 Thesis Information

Department of Mathematics & Statistics




Undergraduate 4F90 Thesis Information


 

MATH 4F90 is the 4th-year Honours Thesis Project course, in which you will work with a supervisor on a project in the area of pure or applied math, mathematics education, or statistics. This course is open to mathematics or combined mathematics majors who meet the course requirements. Potential supervisors and associated topics are provided in the table below.

 

PROFESSOR TOPIC
Ejaz Ahmed High dimensional data analysis, model selection, pretest and shrinkage estimation,  multivariate and regression analysis, meta-analysis
Stephen Anco Solitons; Nonlinear Waves; General Relativity and Mathematical Physics; Differential Equations.
Chantal Buteau Mathematics Education; Mathematical Music Theory
Babak Farzad Graph algorithms; graph colouring; analysis of social networks; sponsored search and mechanism design
Henryk Fuks  
Mei Ling Huang On Heavy Tailed Distributions and their Applications
Omar Kihel Cryptography; Graph Theory
Yuanlin Li Study of small squalling property of finite groups, Zero-sum problems, Coding theory, group rings and their applications.
Alexander Odesskii Mathematical Physics
Bill Ralph Mathematics Education; Financial Mathematics
Jan Vrbik Statistics: approximating sampling distributions beyond CLT; Celestial mechanics.
Thomas Wolf Computer Algebra, Differential Equations, Discrete Optimization, Computer Go
Xiaojian Xu Optimal designs for statistical experiments; robust estimation; Robust designs for Poisson models; Robust experimental plans for accelerated life testing; On determining the parameters used in modified Huber’s functions