Geometry and String Theory

Charles F. Doran, Tyler L. Kelly, Adriana Salerno, Steven Sperber, John Voight, and Ursula Whitcher. Zeta functions of alternate mirror Calabi-Yau families.
Christopher Magyar and Ursula Whitcher. Strong arithmetic mirror symmetry and toric isogenies.
Charles Doran, Andrew Harder, Hossein Movasati, and Ursula Whitcher. Humbert surfaces and the moduli of lattice polarized K3 surfaces.
String Math 2014, AMS Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics.
Marie José Bertin, Alice Garbagnati, Ruthi Hortsch, Odile Lecacheux, Makiko Mase, Cecília Salgado, and Ursula Whitcher. Classifications of elliptic fibrations of a singular K3 surface.
Women in Numbers Europe, Springer, 2015.
Ryan Davis, Charles Doran, Adam Gewiss, Andrey Novoseltsev, Dmitri Skjorshammer, Alexa Syryczuk, Ursula Whitcher. Short tops and semistable degenerations.
Experimental Mathematics, Vol. 23, Issue 4, 2014.
Dagan Karp, Dhruv Ranganathan, Paul Riggins, and Ursula Whitcher. Toric symmetry of CP3.
Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, Vol. 16, No. 4, 2012.
Dagan Karp, Jacob Lewis, Daniel Moore, Dmitri Skjorshammer, and Ursula Whitcher, On a family of K3 surfaces with S4 symmetry
Arithmetic and geometry of K3 surfaces and Calabi-Yau threefolds, Fields Institute Communications, 2013
Symplectic Automorphisms and the Picard Group of a K3 Surface
Communications in Algebra, Volume 39, Issue 4, 2011.
Adrian Clingher, Charles F. Doran, Jacob Lewis, and Ursula Whitcher, Normal Forms, K3 Surface Moduli, and Modular Parametrizations
Groups and Symmetries: Proceedings of the CRM Conference in Honor of John McKay, edited by John Harnad and Pavel Winternitz, American Mathematical Society, 2009.
Polarized Families of K3 Hypersurfaces, my dissertation (June 2009)

Data Analysis and Computation

Abra Brisbin and Ursula Whitcher, Women's Representation in Mathematics Subfields: Evidence from the arXiv
To appear in The Mathematical Intelligencer.
Turkish names, Christian faith
To appear in Onoma.
Beyond the Black Box, with Jeroen Demeyer and William Stein.
Appeared in the Notices of the AMS.