BS Computer Science | BS Mathematics | Dean's Scholar

[UGS 303] Originality in the Arts and Sciences (Sacha Kopp) |

[M 427L-AP] Advanced Calculus with Applications II (John Gilbert) |

[CS 314H] Data Structures (Calvin Lin) |

[CS 311H] Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science (Peter Stone) |

[CS 429H] Computer Organization and Architecture (Emmett Witchel) |

[M 427K-H] Advanced Calculus with Applications I (Dan Knopf) |

[M 341] Matrices and Matrix Theory (Ronny Hadani) |

[M 375] Undergraduate Research Conference Course (John Gilbert) |

The graph above is the Lorenz attractor, an interesting model of chaotic behavior. Small changes in the initial conditions of the differential equations system whose solution generates this graph result in huge changes in the resulting solution, which is the definition of chaos.