As of right now, I'm not sure what papers I'll put up. For now, here's a small sample:

** Cornell and International Mathematics Contests in Modeling **

\(\wedge\) * Form versus Function: Walking the Line.* Cornell Mathematics Contest in Modeling, 2008. Team: A. Deshmukh, T. Chitra, R. Stahl

\(\wedge\) * A Dynamic Path Finding Model for UAV Surveillance*, Cornell Mathematical Contest in Modeling, 2010. Team: T. Chitra, F. Laham, M. Guay

** Honors Thesis **

\(\wedge\) * Honors Thesis (95% complete)*, Tarun Chitra

\(\wedge\) * Sasaki-Einstein Metrics on \(S^2 \times S^3,\)* Presentation for Brown SUMS 2011, Tarun Chitra

** Math Presentations, Projects **

\(\wedge\) * The Stone-Cech Compactification*, Project for Math 4530 Fall 2010, T. Chitra

\(\wedge\) * Analytic Capacity*, Final presentation for Math 6120, Spring 2009. T. Chitra

\(\wedge\) For Cornell's Math 6510, I made quite a few drawings using PGF/TiKZ [a LaTeX package] for my homework assignments.

In Spring 2011, Matt Guay and I gave introductory talks on how to use \(\LaTeX\) for the Cornell Math Club. Some of our presentations are