beth's summer with the distributed mentor program
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As part of an undergraduate summer research program at Texas A&M, students are expected to give monthly presentations to their peers about their summer work. Although I am not technically part of this particular program, my mentors arranged for me to participate in its presentation aspect.

On 28 June, I gave a short abstract presentation about my work with metamorphic robots to an audience of Texas A&M undergraduate researchers. I gave a second, longer presentation about my research on 1 August to the same audience.

I have made available the slides from both my presentations. The incongruity between the two reflects the changed approch to the graph weighting and graph traversal problems that occured after my first presentation. Both presentations require PowerPoint to view.

Short abstract presentation, 28 June 2001

Long research presentation, 1 August 2001