This page will contain a brief overview of any research sessions we conduct at MAST. Along with this we will upload Mathematica notebooks for your use. In order to read these you will need either Mathematica or the free Mathematica Player from Wolfram Research. The reader can be downloaded here

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Topic: Calculating arc length of specific curves in two dimensions.

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Topic: Working through a draft of the book, "Theoretical Minimum: Classical Mechanics" by Leonard Susskind and George Hrabovsky, to be published.

Present: George Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Topic: Working through a draft of the book, "Theoretical Minimum: Classical Mechanics" by Leonard Susskind and George Hrabovsky, to be published.

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Topic: Working through a draft of the book, "Theoretical Minimum: Classical Mechanics" by Leonard Susskind and George Hrabovsky, to be published.

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss

Topic: Storm Chasing in Il.

Present: Christopher Winfield

Topic: Application of Mathematica to a Third-order Ordinary Differential Equation

Present: George Hrabovsky, James Firmiss

Topic: Tangent vector using parametric representations of a curve.

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, James Firmiss, Christopher Winfield

Present: Christopher Winfield

Topic: Performing a change of variable that solves the nasty integral in the previous work.

Present: James Firmiss

Topic: Practice in tensor algebra to support research in compact objects.

Present: George Hrabovsky, James Firmiss

Topic: Practice in tensor algebra to support research in compact objects.

Present: Christopher Winfield

Topic: Solving a problem in linear algebra involving a commutator.

Present: George Hrabovsky, Dianna Hrabovsky, Rocky Wenz, and James Firmiss.

Present: George Hrabovsky, James Firmiss

Topic: Practice in tensor algebra to support research in compact objects.

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