Faculty Research

Faculty members carry out research in applied mathematics and statistics, bifurcation theory, bioinformatics, biostatistics, combinatorics and graph theory, commutative algebra and algebraic geometry, computational statistics, computer graphics, ordinary differential equations, dynamical systems, functional analysis, harmonic analysis, linear algebra and matrix theory, mathematics education, multivariate analysis, numerical analysis, operator theory, inverse and ill posed problems theory, qualitative theory of differential equations, and probability theory, where faculty members have the national and international reputations in these and related areas. It is this combination of the strengths and the flexibility of curriculum offerings that sets the department apart from mathematics and statistics programs elsewhere in the state and the region.

For more information about research of individual faculty members, please see their profiles.