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Advisor: Vladimir Tonchev
My mathematical interests are in geometry, error-correcting codes, and designs. In my research, I study the math that lets computers, cell phones, and satellites communicate over long distances and static-filled connections. We find surprising links between geometry, quantum computers, and everyday communications.
Mathematics and Statistics
My mathematical interests are in applied statistics and mathematical modeling. The world is filled with mathematical patterns and data on both the numerical and qualitative levels. I enjoy using mathematical models and data analysis to make sense of and find effective uses for these patterns in the areas of teaching, genetics, and data mining.
Advisor: Mark Gockenbach
My mathematical interests are in geometry, error-correcting codes, and designs.
In my research, I study the math that lets computers, cell phones, and satellites communicate over long distances and static-filled connections.
We find surprising links between geometry, quantum computers, and everyday communications.
Algebraic Combinatorics and Commutative Algebra
Advisor: Fabrizio Zanello
My major research interests are in combinatorial commutative algebra. Much of this work supports research in enumerative combinatorics, algebraic geometry, and algebraic number theory.
Surprisingly, the study of polynomials is one of the most important aspects of commutative algebra.
Advisor: Mark Gockenbach
My research involves solving inverse problems in partial differential equations.
Our goal is to develop efficient and powerful methods to solve inverse problems in medical applications, biomechanical systems, hydrology, geophysics, and material sciences.
I am working on Statistical Genetics. In my study, I use statistical models and methods to address problems in genetic studies of human health and disease. My recent work is genetic association studies, interaction analysis, and rare variant analysis.
From the Director
Applications of statistics to wildlife management
Thanks for visiting our website and considering our graduate program. We have a strong program with concentrations in applied math, discrete math, and statistics. Visit the individual faculty websites to find a match to your interests and check out the jobs attained by our recent graduates.
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