DIMACS/CCICADA/DHS Student Conference on Discrete Mathematics: One Way to Exciting Careers in Homeland Security

July 15, 2011
CoRE Auditorium, CoRE Building, Rutgers University

Robert Hochberg, Discrete Teaching, hochberg at discreteteaching.com
Valerie DeBellis, Discrete Teaching, debellis at discreteteaching.com
Tami Carpenter, DIMACS/CCICADA, tcar at dimacs.rutgers.edu
Gene Fiorini, DIMACS/CCICADA, gfiorini at dimacs.rutgers.edu

This conference is hosted by CCICADA and DIMACS and supported by grant #HSHQDC-10-C-00175 from the Department of Homeland Security, Office of University Programs.

Workshop Program:

Friday, July 15, 2011

 7:00 am       Bus leaves Hostos Community College Hostos

 8:30 am       Bus arrives Rutgers University; CoRE Building Rutgers University

 8:30 -  9:00  Registration and continental breakfast CoRE lobby

 9:00 -  9:30  Welcome, Fred Roberts, Director
               The Homeland Security Center of Excellence at Rutgers University
               CoRE Auditorium

 9:30 -  9:40  Move to next session CoRE Bldg. Morning session:
               concurrently in DIMACS seminar room, conference room, and lounge

 9:40 - 10:50  CCICADA Graduate Student Parallel Sessions:

               Going Places with Math, Science, and Engineering
               Andrew Rodriguez, Industrial and Systems Engineering

               Doodling and Other Important Applications of Graph Theory
               Charlie File, School of Communication & Information

               Have Your Cake and Eat It Too: An Algorithmic Approach to Fair
               Brian Thompson, Computer Science

11:00 - 12:00  Keynote Speaker: Michael Moriarty, FEMA Deputy Regional Administrator
               CoRE Auditorium

12:00 -  1:00  Lunch at DIMACS/CICCADA - 4th Floor Lounge

 1:00 -  2:00  Afternoon session: concurrently in DIMACS seminar room, conference room, and in the engineering building

               Parallel Sessions:

               CrIME: Criminal Investigation through Mathematical Examination
               Gene Fiorini, Associate Director, DIMACS

               REU Panel Discussion: Why Major in a STEM Field?

               Civil Engineering Laboratory Tour

 2:00 -  2:10  Move to next session CoRE Bldg.

 2:10 -  3:10  Afternoon Plenary Session:

               Codes, Odescay, & Codigos
               Barry Tesman, Mathematics Professor, Dickinson College
               CoRE Auditorium

 3:10 -  3:15  Closing Session/ Program Evaluation CoRE Auditorium

 3:15          Board Bus outside CoRE Building

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