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Three Minute Thesis 2015: Jeremy Chiu, Mathematics

March 30, 2015
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SFU's annual Three Minute Thesis finals took place on March 9, 2015. Jeremy Chiu spoke on "Thermoregulation of Swarming Honeybees." He won first place for his presentation.

Jeremy is a Master of Science student in the Applied and Computational Mathematics program.  In addition to mathematics research and education, he is highly interested in sharing mathematics outside the university in outreach programs.

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Poster: Thermoregulation in Honeybee Swarms
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