Mathematical Sciences degree students undergo a rigorous curriculum in a vibrant environment for professional development and scientific discourse. Our faculty, along with students, model combustion in diesel engines, use advanced statistics to find the genetic basis of complex diseases, and develop communication theories needed for future quantum computers.
Kliakhandler Conference — June 15 - 17, 2019
This is an interdisciplinary conference dedicated to mathematical and computational aspects of biomedical imaging. It fosters knowledge transfer between the applied mathematics and imaging communities. Particularly, the conference offers a venue to initiate new connections between and across the traditional boundaries among mathematics, engineering, physics,and biomedical sciences, both within Michigan Tech and beyond.
Michigan Technological University has launched an online graduate program in applied statistics to meet the growing industry demand for statisticians.
The program is designed to empower students with the data analysis skills to increase their competitiveness in the job market amidst the growing data revolution. Geared toward programmers, analysts, mathematicians and statisticians, the program is also useful for non-statistics graduates who want to enhance their applied-statistics knowledge base.
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