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The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has an internationally recognized research faculty active in the following areas:

Rings, modules, groups and their representations; applications to combinatorial designs and cryptology, computational algebra

Harmonic analysis, function and operator theory and their interactions; Sobolev inequalities; inequalities involving the Fourier transform; operators on Banach spaces; ordinary and partial differential equations; stochastic differential systems; vortex and climate dynamics with applications to climatic and financial markets

Enumerative and algebraic combinatorics; graph theory; design theory and applications; finite projective planes and their automorphisms; finite geometries, and Euclidean geometry

Post quantum cryptography, in particular code-based cryptography, elliptic curve cryptography (isogenies), lattice-based cryptography, multivariate cryptography, zero-knowledge proofs and blockchains, hash-based cryptography.

Nonlinear dynamical systems, computational topological methods, complex dynamical systems, fractal geometry, mathematical theory of control systems, stability analysis

Constructive mathematics; set theory; higher computability

Multi-host multi-strain epidemiological models, host immune response, nested immuno-epidemiological dynamics, spatial temporal dynamics in epidemiology, reaction diffusion systems, cell motility, time-since-infection structured partial differential equations, age structured pde's, avian influenza, Ebola

Time-series analysis and regression modeling; parametric and nonparametric function estimation; weak convergence of stochastic processes; environmental statistics and biostatistics

Technology in the classroom, integrated curricula, improving performance for pre-calculus mathematics and in mathematics for engineering students