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APSU students perform well at Tennessee Academy of Science meeting

4/22/2014

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Several Austin Peay State University students took home awards for their outstanding research papers during the 2014 Tennessee Academy of Science Middle Division Collegiate Meeting for Undergraduate Research at Belmont University on April 12.

APSU students David Griffin, Steven Purcell and Donald Hayes received second-place honors for their presentation, "Bernoulli's equation using an ideal fluid in the complex plane.” Dr. Ben Ntatin, associate professor of mathematics, mentored the students. The students are enrolled in Ntatin's Introduction to Complex Analysis class.

APSU students Griffin, Kyle Hayes and Katie Rosenberg earned the third-place award for their presentation "The design of a satellite attitude control system.” Dr. Ramanjit Sahi, associate professor of mathematics, mentored the students. They are enrolled Sahi's Linear Algebra class.

Both Ntatin and Sahi were present to cheer and support the students in this occasion.