The widespread penetration of mathematics into almost every area of
science and technology has vastly expanded the opportunities
available to mathematicians, both in traditional areas of pure
and applied research and in emerging interdisciplinary areas.
The Department of Mathematics, with the combined capabilities
and expertise of more than seventy faculty members and
researchers, is engaging research that supports the on-going
theoretical development of the mathematical sciences, and that
simultaneously promotes the interdisciplinary use of mathematics
in science, engineering and other fields.
A good way to
get an overview of the diversity and focus of our research is to
browse the research areas in pure mathematics, and applied and
computational mathematics in the department.
| Pure Mathematics |
Applied & Computational Mathematics |
For more information, see the Department’s brochure on Faculty and Research.