Saturday – May 6
Room: STC Atrium

 Time:
 2:35 pm – 3:00 pm
 Title:
 The Game of Cops and Robbers on Graphs with Dragon Boat and Hats
 Speaker:
 Gilbert Chen (York University )
Abstract
We will look at the game of cops and robbers on a dragon boat themed graph with hats that have unusual properties. Namely the ability to hop from one person's head to another. Will the robber hats be able to indefinity evade the cop hats? Or will the cop hats come up with a winning strategy?

 Time:
 2:35 pm – 3:00 pm
 Title:
 The computation of some series related to the harmonic series
 Speaker:
 Morgan Wiater (SUNY Brockport )
Abstract
I will compute the sum of terms of the type $1/n^p(n  1)^p$ for various values of $p$ by relating them to known values of zeta function

 Time:
 2:35 pm – 3:00 pm
 Title:
 An Inequality About the Sum of Two Consecutive Prime Numbers
 Speaker:
 Stacey Do (SUNY Brockport)
Abstract
We prove using some classical estimates that the sum of two consecutive prime numbers is eventually greater than 1.6 times the prime number coming after the next. We determined when exactly the inequality becomes true and for which prime numbers it fails.