Research

Our department consists of 23 research faculty committed to excellence in research.  Our research areas of strength include:  Biomathematics, Discrete Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Logic, Geometry and Topology and Mathematics Education.

The department organizes multiple research seminars each week:

Biomathematics and Applied Math

Discrete Math

Analysis, Logic, and Physics (ALPS)

Geometry and Topology

In addition, we host Colloquium seminars throughout the school year that are crafted to entice mathematicians at many different levels, from the general public to PhDs.

More information on Seminars and Colloquium.