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- Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University

Award in Science Bangti Jin receives MediaV Young Researcher Award at the International Conference on Inverse Problems and Related Topics held in Nanjing China Yalchin Efendiev and Jean Luc Guermond appointed to the Mobil Chair in Computational Science Guoliang Yu appointed to the Powell Chair in Mathematics A recent graduate in the news Undergraduates attend MathFest Halliburton grant helps fund New Outreach Program Sandra Nite selected as TLAC Distinguished Graduate for Summer 2012 Charles Zheng wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship more info Peter Kuchment featured lecturer at NSF CBMS Conference on Mathematical Methods of Computed Tomography Rhonda Faust receives College of Science Outstanding Staff Achievement Award Janice Epstein named co recipient of the Richard Stadelmann Award for service to the Faculty Senate Jean Marie Linhart to receive the College level Distinguished Teaching Award from The Association of Former Students Tanner Wilson wins Brown Foundation Earl Rudder Memorial Outstanding Student Award More News Welcome to the Department of Mathematics Our mission is to create and disseminate research and to provide outstanding instruction at the undergraduate and graduate level in all areas of pure and applied mathematics Our distinguished faculty s research interests include algebra approximation theory combinatorics differential equations functional analysis

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Previous Semester Information Spring 2012 Course Listing Spring 2012 Course by Instructor Spring 2012 Textbooks Fall 2011 Course Listing Fall 2011 Course by Instructor Fall 2011 Textbooks Summer 2012 Course Listing Summer 2012 Course by Instructor Summer 2012 Textbooks Full Course Listing Listing of All Math Courses Course Catalogs from Office of the Registrar Undergraduate PDF 2012 2013 Graduate PDF 2011 2012 TAMU Catalog Home Policies University Student Rules Aggie

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subjects then it could be that becoming a math major is exactly the right academic path for you A challenging mathematics education develops problem solving abilities and teaches versatility and adaptability Because of these qualities many career opportunities are available for mathematics majors such as Mathematical modeling in another field like biology physics economics and statistics Pure math applications in computer science Prestigious areas of the business world Teaching opportunities at both the collegiate and high school level Specific career areas include Image or Stochastic Processing Actuarial Positions Creating Video Games Animal Behavior Transitions Creating Special Effects in the Movie Industry Underwater Acoustic Signal Processing Modeling Crystal Growth and many more If you want to find our more about the career opportunities that exist for mathematics majors plan to attend the Sciences Career Fair held each fall There are many benefits to having a Mathematics Degree and by studying at Texas A M you can take advantage of many opportunities like Small class sizes Challenging Honors degree coursework Opportunities to work directly with faculty on independent study projects or through NSF funded research programs Interesting and challenging courses Great opportunities for teaching Flexible degree plans B A Mathematics B S

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trained for a wide range of career directions which include academia industry government labs and the financial sector Program requirements are based upon the premise that graduate students should have a broad exposure to graduate level mathematics combined with hands on experience either through research activities conducted within the department or through coordinated experiences with other departments and other partners in industry government labs and national research institutes The overall principle in the program is to foster independent and creative work combined with the highest degree of scholarship and academic standards The Department of Mathematics offers graduate studies leading to the Masters and Ph D degrees featuring a broad program providing specialization in nearly all areas of contemporary mathematics both pure and applied Please see our Active Research Areas The Ph D program now offers two distinct tracks Ph D degree in Mathematics Ph D degree in Mathematics Interdisciplinary track The Masters program offers several tracks designed to train students who wish to pursue professional careers in disciplines requiring mathematical expertise These programs are extremely flexible and encourage breadth of training both inside and outside of the Mathematics Department We offer the following Masters degree tracks Traditional track Teaching track

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Seminars Colloquia Calendar Outreach News Archive Math Links Administration Computing Contact Us Faculty and Staff Positions Available Faculty Tenured Tenure Track Visiting Assistant Postdoctoral Professorships Visiting Associate and Full Professorships Lecturers Non tenure lecturer positions Staff Hourly and salaried professional staff Student Workers Student Technicians Calclab Staff Help Session Staff Graders Office Support Texas A M University is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer committed to diversity Texas A M

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Open archived version from archive - Faculty, Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University

Theory M302 fnarc Nekrashevych Volodymyr Combinatorial Group Theory M223 nekrash Panchenko Dmitry Probability Theory M209 panchenk Panetta Lee Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Eller 1007A 845 1386 panetta Paouris Grigoris Functional Analysis M122 grigoris Papanikolas Matthew Number Theory M321 map Pasciak Joe Numerical Analysis B505B pasciak Pearcy Carl Functional Analysis M319 cpearcy Petrova Guergana PDE Approximation Theory B641G gpetrova Pilant Michael Partial Differential Equations B641E 845 5631 mpilant Pisier Gilles Functional Analysis M114 845 7278 pisier Pitts Jon Geometric Analysis M312 jpitts Poltoratski Alexei Functions of a Complex Variable M318 alexeip Popov Bojan Numerical Analysis B507B popov Rajagopal Kumbakonam Mechanics ENPH 230A 862 4552 rajagopa Reddy J N Mechanics ENPH 210 862 2417 reddy Robles Colleen Differential Geometry M327 robles Rojas J Maurice Computational Algebraic Geometry M206 rojas Rowell Eric Algebra Quantum Computation M210 rowell Rundell William Partial Differential Equations B614C rundell Schielack Janie Math Education B516 M214 458 0549 janie Schielack Vince Math Education M211 vinces Schlumprecht Thomas Functional Analysis M118 schlump Sivakumar N Approximation Theory M307 sivan Slattery John Fluid Mechanics Z33QL 845 0407 slattery Smith Roger Operator Theory M315 rsmith Sottile Frank Algebraic Geometry M303 sottile Stecher Mike Partial Differential Equations B601K M126 845 1650 stecher Stiller Peter Algebraic Geometry B623D stiller Straube Emil Several Complex Variables M109 845 9424 straube Sunik Zoran Combinatorial Group Theory M207 sunik Taliaferro Steven Partial Differential Equations M226 stalia Tretkoff Paula Number Theory M332 ptretkoff Vogel Tom Geometric Analysis B629C tvogel Vorobets Yaroslav Dynamical Systems M004 yvorobet Walton Jay Solid Mechanics B631B jwalton Ward Joe Approximation Theory M305 jward Witherspoon Sarah Algebra M322 sjw Yan Catherine Combinatorics M220 cyan Yasskin Philip Mathematical Physics B620I 845 3734 yasskin Young Matthew Algebra and Number Theory M225 myoung Yu Guoliang Non Commutative Geometry M217 845 6648 guoliangyu Zelenko Igor Differential Geometry M324 zelenko Zhou Jianxin Applied Mathematics B641J jzhou Zinn Joel Probability M127 jzinn Visiting Faculty Name Research Area Office Phone 1 979 E mail math tamu edu Baudier Florent Functional Analysis M120 florent Buerg Markus Scientific Computation B512B buerg Heister Timo B507E heister Jin Bangti Numerical Analysis B615 btjin Kim Joungdong Fluid Dynamics B621A jdkim Lamby Philipp Computational Fluid Mechanics B606 lamby Larios Adam PDE Numerical Analysis B641C alarios Liu Sheng Chi Number Theory M002 scliu McCarthy Dermot Number Theory M224 mccarthy Nazarov Murtazo Numerical Analysis B608P murtazo Nisse Mounir Algebraic Geometry M007 nisse Saroglou Christos Functional Analysis M124 saroglou Shi Ke Computational Fluid Mechanics B641F shike Sifuentes Josef Numerical and Computational Analysis B608L 458 4644 josefs Steinhauer Dustin dsteinha Sukhtayev Alim Partial Differential Equations B620B alim Thompson Russ Geometric Group Theory M021 russ Valettas Petros Functional Analysis Asymptotic Convex Geometry M123 petvalet Vargo James Partial Differential Equations B620C vargo Wang Xueying mathematical biology B631A xueying White Jacob M310 jwhite Wilkerson Clarence Geometry Topology B623A cwilkers Williams John Operator Theory M119 jwilliams Zemlyanova Anna Fluid Mechanics B623C azem Zeytuncu Yunus Several Complex Variables M222 zeytuncu Lecturers Name Research Area Office Phone 1 979 E mail math tamu edu Allen Angela Mathematics Teaching B641A aallen Aurispa

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Open archived version from archive - Undergraduate Program at Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University

Warren Ernst and Young Robert Duong AIG Insurance Kacie Cooper Yes Prep Ryan McManus Towers Watson Leon Rieger Aon Hewitt Jeff Lovering Customer Marketing Group Math Majors Meeting View summary PDF Freshman Kickoff Meeting View summary PDF Aggieland Saturday February 16 2013 More info at Aggieland Saturday Undergraduate Programs For many students and employers mathematics has become recognized as the most versatile of all undergraduate college majors If you enjoy math science and engineering and if you tend to be drawn to the mathematical aspects of these subjects then it could be that becoming a math major is exactly the right academic path for you A challenging mathematics education develops problem solving abilities and teaches versatility and adaptability Because of these qualities many career opportunities are available for mathematics majors such as Mathematical modeling in another field like biology physics economics and statistics Pure math applications in computer science Prestigious areas of the business world Teaching opportunities at both the collegiate and high school level Specific career areas include Image or Stochastic Processing Actuarial Positions Creating Video Games Creating Special Effects in the Movie Industry Underwater Acoustic Signal Processing Modeling Crystal Growth and many more If you want to find our more about the career opportunities that exist for mathematics majors plan to attend the Sciences Career Fair held each fall There are many benefits to having a Mathematics Degree and by studying at Texas A M you can take advantage of many opportunities like Small class sizes Challenging Honors degree coursework Opportunities to work directly with faculty on independent study projects or through NSF funded research programs Interesting and challenging courses Great opportunities for teaching Flexible degree plans B A Mathematics B S Mathematics B S Applied Mathematics Advisors and staff that make a point to know each student

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Open archived version from archive - Research at Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University

inverse problems and imaging complexity theory computational algebra computational geometry and mathematical biology The applied mathematics faculty play key roles in two major university interdisciplinary institutes the Institute for Applied Mathematics and Computational Science and the Institute of Scientific Computation Approximation Theory Approximations by orthogonal polynomials radial basis functions and wavelets futher topics of interest include scattered data surface fitting rates of approximation constrained approximation polynomial inequalities orthogonal polynomials wavelets splines non linear approximation There is significant overlapping interests with the groups in partial differential equations and numerical analysis Functional Analysis Banach spaces operator spaces C algebras von Neumann algebras nonlinear functional analysis applications include probability theory free probability theory wavelets mathematical finance convex geometry Geometry and Topology Algebraic geometry algebraic topology differential geometry geometric analysis and discrete geometry Areas of interest include geometry of distributions exterior differential systems projective differential geometry homogeneous varieties Fano varieties calculus of variations in the large minimal surfaces sub Riemannian geometry calibrations equivariant motivic and Deligne cohomology toric and real algebraic geometry and applications to theoretical computer science signal processing and control theory Groups and Dynamics Topics of interest of this research group include combinatorics group theory geometric methods in group theory asymptotic group theory amenability topological groups and invariant means random walks on groups and graphs representations associated C algebras and von Neumann algebras bounded and L 2 cohomology actions on trees growth self similar groups groups generated by finite automata groups of homeomorphisms of the real line the mapping class groups and other groups arising in topology The topics related to dynamical systems include theory of billiards geodesic flows on flat surfaces symbolic dynamics substitutional dynamical systems holomorphic dynamics analysis on graphs and fractals entropy ergodic theorems low dimensional dynamics statistical models on groups and graphs Number Theory Analytic and algebraic number

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