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Now Prospective Students Info Undergrad Statistics Information about statistics courses offered Courses in the MATH CS Department Statistics Requirements at SLU Document Actions Send this Print this January 2016 January Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Upcoming Events

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makes us unique But there is a combination of qualities that we think distinguishes our mathematics graduate program in a more substantial way We are a small program with a high student faculty ratio The ratio is about 1 1 We provide a nurturing yet rigorous and challenging environment The master s program prepares candidates for Ph D study or for work in teaching or industry The department is engaged in undergraduate curriculum reform using leading edge technology and graduate students participate in this We have a record of recruiting graduating and placing minority students Financial assistance Students who are awarded teaching assistantships normally teach one course per semester This allows graduate students maximum freedom to pursue graduate study while perfecting their teaching skills The nine month stipend amount is approximately 19 000 as of 2010 including full tuition remission and medical benefits In addition each year the department can nominate outstanding candidates for Minority Fellowships and Presidential Fellowships Required course work Ten courses 30hrs at the 400 or 500 level are required for the M A The graduate 500 level courses are centered around four year long sequences in algebra analysis differential geometry and topology Two of these sequences must be completed for the M A There are 400 level courses in these areas which prepare the student for the graduate level sequences Courses at the advanced graduate level allow the student to proceed beyond the standard graduate curriculum into areas of research represented by the faculty Additional course work and a dissertation consisting of original research are required for the Ph D Mathematics courses offered by the department The faculty SLU has an internationally recognized faculty in the research areas of geometric and algebraic topology differential geometry relativity theory group theory group representation theory and functional analysis A

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for the PhD dissertation These files are set up to adhere to the University s formatting requirements for the dissertation TeX File for the Dissertation bib File for Bibliography Portion of the Dissertation Guidelines for Degree Candidates Seeking Teaching Positions There are several ways to find out about job openings The American Mathematical Society The Employment and Careers page has many useful links The main resource for PhD mathematicians is the EIMS employment listing Association of Graduate Schools in Catholic Colleges and Universities AGSCCU The AGSCCU has a webpage with information about the association and in addition the website includes four databases two for degree candidates interested in teaching faculty positions and two for potential employers The URL is www nd edu agsccu After reaching the website the candidate chooses Searchable Database from the menu on the homepage clicks on Candidates then clicks on Enter your Resume Information This third click displays a formed request for personal information educational history and desires pertaining to a faculty position and the free text field near the end of the form enables the entry of individualized additional information that might be of special interest to the potential employer The intention is to create

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an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Southwestern Oklahoma State University and was a 2008 2009 MAA Project NExT Fellow I have a firm commitment to pursuing excellence in teaching at all levels of mathematics In addition to the work being done in the classroom I am serving as the faculty advisor to an undergraduate research project and am heavily involved in Southwestern s fledgling Math Club I still continue my own scholarship by conducting research in abstract harmonic analysis April Garrison MA 2007 I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas Missouri and Southern Illinois 12 non summer offices and 25 summer offices I work for Vector Marketing as a Division Recruiting Manager I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas Missouri and Southern Illinois 12 non summer offices and 25 summer offices I analyze reports find areas of improvement I m also responsible for helping to set up new offices in the summer time arranging negotiating hotel rates for events and overseeing all the receptionists in the division I still teach at SLU 1 or 2 classes during the Fall semester Ryo Ohashi PhD 2005 You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members I am an assistant professor of mathematics at King s College in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania The college is founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross from the University of Notre Dame At SLU I worked with Dr Kalliongis and I am interested in Low Dimensional Topology PL Topology Geometric Groups Elliptic Manifolds and Topological Groups You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members The class observations are great advantages for you to strengthen your

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systems interpolation and approximation numerical differentiation and integration Alternate spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 3270 previously MATH 370 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers Vector algebra matrix algebra systems of linear equations eigenvalues and eigenvectors systems of differential equations vector differential calculus divergence gradient and curl vector integral calculus integral theorems Fourier series with applications to partial differential equations Fall and spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 3550 Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours MATH 3550 previously MATH 355 Differential Equations Solution of ordinary differential equations higher order linear equations constant coefficient equations systems of first order equations linear systems equilibrium of nonlinear systems Laplace transformations Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 3600 previously MATH 360 Combinatorics Advanced counting methods permutations and combinations generalized permutations and combinations recurrance relations generating functions algorithms graphs and digraphs graph algorithms minimum cost spanning trees shortest path network flows depth first and breadth first searches combinational algorithms resource scheduling bin packing algorithmic analysis and NP completeness 3 Credit Hours MATH 3760 previously MATH 363 Financial Mathematics Theory of interest material for the Financial Mathematics exam of the Society of Actuaries Time permitting supplemental material covering financial derivatives will be discussed Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 3800 previously MATH 401 Elementary Theory of Probability Counting theory axiomatic probability random variables expectation limit theorems Applications of the theory of probability to a variety of practical problems Credit not given for both MATH 4810 and MATH 4880 Fall and Spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 3810 previously MATH 403 Probability and Statistics for Engineers Analyzing and producing data probability random variables probability distributions expectation sampling distributions confidence intervals hypothesis testing experimental design regression and correlation analysis Credit not given for both MATH 4880 and either MATH 4810 or MATH 4820 Fall and spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 3850 Foundations of Statistical Analysis Descriptive statistics probability distributions random variables expectation independence hypothesis testing confidence intervals regression and ANOVA Applications and theory Taught using statistical software Credit not given for both MATH STAT 3810 and MATH STAT 3850 Fall and Spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 4050 previously MATH 405 History of Mathematics The development of several important branches of mathematics including numeration and computation algebra non Euclidean geometry and calculus Offered every other Spring even years Prerequisite MATH 1520 calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 4110 previously MATH 411 Introduction to Abstract Algebra Elementary properties of the integers sets and mappings groups rings integral domains division rings and fields Fall semester Prerequisite MATH 3120 Intro to Linear Algebra 3 Credit Hours MATH 4120 previously MATH 412 Linear Algebra Advanced linear algebra including linear transformations and duality elementary canonical forms rational and Jordan forms inner product spaces unitary operators normal operators and spectral theory Alternate spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 4110 3 Credit Hours MATH 4150 previously MATH 415 Number Theory Introduction to algebraic number theory Topics will include primes Chinese remainder theorem Diophantine equations algebraic numbers and quadratic residues Additional topics will vary from year to year Alternate spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 4110 3 Credit Hours MATH 4210 previously MATH 421 Introduction to Analysis Real number system functions sequences limits continuity differentiation integration and series Fall semester Prerequisite MATH 2530 and MATH 3120 3 Credit Hours MATH 4220 previously MATH 422 Metric Spaces Set theory metric spaces completeness compactness connected sets category Spring semester Prerequisite MATH 4210 3 Credit Hours MATH 4230 previously MATH 423 Multivariable Analysis Introduction to analysis in multidimensional Euclidean space Sequences and Series of functions Differentiability Integrability Inverse and Implicit function theorems Fundamental Theorems of Multivariable Calculus Green s Theorem Stokes Theorem Divergence Theorem Spring semester Prerequisite MATH 4210 3 Credit Hours MATH 4310 previously MATH 451 Introduction to Complex Variables Complex number system and its operations limits and sequences continuous functions and their properties derivatives conformal representation curvilinear and complex integration Cauchy integral theorems power series and singularities Fall semester Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 4320 previously MATH 452 Complex Variables II This course is a continuation of MATH 4310 Topics covered include series residues and poles conformal mapping integral formulas analytic continuation and Riemann surfaces Spring semester Prerequisite MATH 4310 3 Credit Hours MATH 4360 previously MATH 453 Geometric Topology An introduction to the geometry and topology of surfaces and three dimensional spaces Topics covered Include Euclidean spherical and hyperbolic geometry topology of surfaces knot theory and the fundamental group Prerequisite MATH 4310 3 Credit Hours MATH 4410 previously MATH 441 Foundations of Geometry Historical background of the study of Euclidean geometry development of two dimensional Euclidean geometry from a selected set of postulates Offered occasionally Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 4430 previously MATH 447 Non Euclidean Geometry The rise and development of the non Euclidean geometries with intensive study of plane hyperbolic geometry Offered occasionally Prerequisite MATH 1510 Calculus I 3 Credit Hours MATH 4480 previously MATH 448 Differential Geometry Classical theory of smooth curves and surfaces in 3 space Curvature and torsion of space curves Gaussian curvature of surfaces the Theorema Egregium of Gauss Offered occasionally 3 Credit Hours MATH 4550 previously MATH 455 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Bifurcation in one dimensional flows Two dimensional flows fixed points and linearization conservative systems index theory limit cycles Poincaré Bendixson theory bifurcations Chaos the Lorenz equation discrete maps fractals and strange attractors Prerequisite MATH 3550 Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours MATH 4570 previously MATH 457 Partial Differential Equations Fourier series Fourier Integrals the heat equation Staum Liouville problems the wave equation the potential equation problems in several dimensions Laplace transforms numerical methods Prerequisite MATH 3550 Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours MATH 4630 previously MATH 463 Graph Theory Basic definitions and concepts undirected graphs trees and graphs with cycles directed graphs and operation on graphs Euler s formula and surfaces Offered occasionally Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 4650

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Mathematics Research Mathematics research in the department generally falls into one of these areas Topology The Topology group has a wide variety of interests with an emphasis on the topology of 3 dimensional manifolds Areas of specialty include hyperbolic 3 manifolds knot theory and foliations Algebra The Algebra group includes people with interests in group theory representation theory ring theory and finite dimensional algebras Analysis Among our Analysis group are people interested in wavelets Banach spaces analytic functions Lie group representations and analysis on symmetric spaces Differential Geometry The Differential Geometry group is interested in hyperbolic and Lorentzian geometry rank one Lie Groups and relativity Computer Science Research The Computer Science group is interested in algorithms bioinformatics computer graphics visual perception media processing embedded systems computational geometry topology computational linguistics and technical systems control Past Conferences Hosted by the SLU Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 2008 The Clavius Group Collaboration in mathematical research 2007 The Zassenhaus Conference Group theory Document Actions Send this Print this February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

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