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Angel Problem

“The angel problem is a question in game theory proposed by John Horton Conway.[1] The game is commonly referred to as the Angels and Devils game. The game is played by two players called the angel and the devil. It is played on an infinite chessboard (or equivalently the points of a 2D lattice). The […]

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Operations Research Analyst

ROBIN ROUNDY BS Math BYU “BYU’s math department launched me on a very exciting career in  operations research – the application of mathematics to business management.” “I deal with the modeling, mathematical theory and algorithmic aspects of inventory control,   production planning, production scheduling, forecasting and capacity management.  It has been fascinating to work with […]

Featured Blog Post

Combatting the Common Cold with Math

NYU researchers are implementing mathematical modeling to predict how best to prepare for flu season when it strikes. Click here to read more about their mission!