The mathematics faculty engages in a wide variety of research activities in many fields of mathematics and publishes original research articles in refereed academic journals regularly.
Many of our professors are recipients of external grant support from agencies including the National Science Foundation, the National Security Agency and the Simons Foundation. Our professors supervise the theses of students who are working towards a Ph.D. in Mathematics.
Scheduled research activities
Faculty research interests
- Open-source mathematical software
- Commercial mathematical software
License is required.
MAGMA: A software package designed for computations in algebra, number theory, algebraic geometry and algebraic combinatorics.
Maple: A general-purpose tool for math, data analysis, visualization, and programming. It contains thousands of specialized functions that span all areas of engineering.
MATLAB: A programming platform designed specifically for engineers and scientists to analyze and design systems and products that transform our world.
Minitab: A statistical software used to analyze data.
Wolfram (Mathematica): A technical computing solution that provides businesses of all sizes with tools for image processing, data visualization and theoretic experiments.