Ching-Shan Chou, assistant professor, mathematics, recently received the National Science Foundation’s NSF CAREER Award for her work in the area of mathematical biolo
The topic of the conference is Hodge theory, classical algebraic geometry, and the interactions between them. Hodge theory is a powerful tool for the study and classification of algebraic varieties, the Hodge conjecture being one of the main focus points of research in the area.
The Department of Mathematics is delighted to report that Dr. Darry Andrews has been recognized with a Distinguished Staff Award.
The Department of Mathematics congratulates Yuval Flicker for receiving this award for his project entitled "Studies in Automorphic Forms." The award will allow Professor Flicker to spend a sabbatical year on his research.
Matt Kahle will present at the STEAM FACTORY on April 13, 2013 from 11am to 2pm. The title of Professor Kahle's presentation is "Seeing 4D." Seeing 4D is about visualizing shapes in 4 deminsions... and beyond.