Tristan Reynoso, '19
Tristan Reynoso was born in Plantation, Florida and moved to Orlando to attend UCF. He is pursuing bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and Physics and is minoring in Computer Science. His passion for Mathematics has led him to become and officer of UCF’s Collegiate Mathematical Society, which educates undergraduates about the beauty, importance, and abundance of all different forms of Mathematics. Tristan has conducted research in the Physics department under Dr. Richard Klemm and is currently researching solutions to the Parker Problem in Hall MagnetoHydroDynamics under the guidance of Dr.Bhimsen Shivamoggi. He plans to obtain his Ph.D. in Mathematics and continue teaching at a university while conducting research.
Dr. Bhimsen Shivamoggi
Mathematics and Physics
Ph.D. in Mathematics
Summer Research Institution
University of California Irvine (SURF)
Mathematics | Physics
Reynoso, Tristan, "Tristan Reynoso, '19" (2017). McNair Scholars. 18.