Mathematical Association of America Features A&M-Commerce Students’ Research Video

The Mathematical Association of America has selected a research project video by A&M-Commerce students Victor Ezem and Ashlee Story to be featured on its website.

Ezem is a mathematics and computer science major, and Story is a computer science major. They submitted a video presentation of their research, “Properties and Parameters of Codes from Unit Graphs of Zn,” in conjunction with the university’s Summer 2021 National Research Experience for Undergraduates. The video was also selected to be presented at the Young Mathematicians Conference at Ohio State University earlier this year.

The video’s selection earned a $600 stipend, with $100 earmarked for the team’s faculty advisor and the remaining $500 split between Ezem and Story.

Padmapani Seneviratne, associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, served as the students’ faculty research advisor.

View the research video on the Mathematical Association of America website.