Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics is the largest of four divisions at the Mathematics department. At the division there are 9 professors, about 30 associate professors and instructors, 1 research associate and about 25 graduate students.
The division offers about 60 undergraduate courses within 24 different programmes.
The research in the division covers a rather wide spectrum, such as combinatorics, potential theory, partial differential equations, function spaces, Banach spaces, inverse problems, dynamical systems, operator theory, complex analysis, differential geometry, approximation theory, general relativity, aerodynamics, fractal coding, commutative algebras, Riemannian surfaces, dimension theory and history of mathematics.
ConferenceRiemann and Klein Surfaces, Symmetries and Moduli Spaces. June 24-28 2013
SeminarsThe Mathematical Colloquium