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  • Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
    The Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington is one of the major research mathematics departments in the United States It has an excellent research reputation a strong demanding program of graduate study in mathematics and a full range of excellent undergraduate course offerings The department has approximately 60 faculty with research interests in virtually every area of mathematics The department has about 100 full time students in the graduate program and over 800 undergraduate majors including 600 in the Mathematics undergraduate program and 200 in the joint ACMS program Mathematics Department News Tatiana Toro featured in the Simons Foundation 2012 annual report November 2013 An article highlighting Tatiana Toro s research was recently featured in the 2012 Annual Report from the Simons Foundation Toro was named a 2012 Simons Fellow in Mathematics for her research on geometric measure theory and its relation to variational problems that yield a partial differential equation and an associated free boundary Zhenqing Chen named Fellow of the American Mathematical Society November 2013 Zhenqing Chen is one of fifty mathematical scientists from around the world to be included in the 2014 class of AMS Fellows This program which is now in its second year recognizes AMS members who have made outstanding contributions to the creation exposition advancement communication and utilization of mathematics One goal of the program is to create an enlarged class of mathematicians recognized by their peers as distinguished for their contributions to the profession and to honor excellence Gunther Uhlmann gives talk at the Banff Centre September 2013 While attending and serving as co organizer of a conference on Geometry and Inverse Problems at the Banff International Research Station BIRS this month Gunther Uhlmann gave a public lecture on Harry Potter s Cloak The talk part of the Banff Centre s

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  • Giving to Math
    SIMUW Summer Research Opportunities Research Faculty Research Interests Faculty Awards Honors Student Awards RTG in Inverse Problems PDE PIMS Probability in Seattle Theory Group at Microsoft Research Math Research Library Web Resources News Events Department News Seminars Colloquia Meetings UW PIMS Colloquium Milliman Lectures MathAcrossCampus Math Hour Newsletter Dept Users Only Department Google Calendar Departmental Wiki Pages Computing Orientation GENERAL Welcome Message Diversity Commitment Giving to Math Job Applicants Visitor Info K 12 Outreach Resources Contact Us UW Links Search Color Scheme Support the Department of Mathematics Math Support Home Give Now Your Gifts at Work Other Ways to Support Contact Information Thank you for visiting the Department of Mathematics webpage for online giving We appreciate your taking the time to learn more about the department and how private support can make a significant difference in the success of the Department of Mathematics students Private gifts are the way in which we remake our programs and provide our students with opportunities that government research grants will not support That is to say while state funds will continue to support our core mission of education and our research grants will support our ongoing scientific research programs private support allows us to

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  • Search: Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
    Math Study Center Student Employment Opportunities Math Tutor List SIMUW Summer Research Opportunities Research Faculty Research Interests Faculty Awards Honors Student Awards RTG in Inverse Problems PDE PIMS Probability in Seattle Theory Group at Microsoft Research Math Research Library Web Resources News Events Department News Seminars Colloquia Meetings UW PIMS Colloquium Milliman Lectures MathAcrossCampus Math Hour Newsletter Dept Users Only Department Google Calendar Departmental Wiki Pages Computing Orientation GENERAL Welcome

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  • UW Math Departmental Contact Information
    Resources News Events Department News Seminars Colloquia Meetings UW PIMS Colloquium Milliman Lectures MathAcrossCampus Math Hour Newsletter Dept Users Only Department Google Calendar Departmental Wiki Pages Computing Orientation GENERAL Welcome Message Diversity Commitment Giving to Math Job Applicants Visitor Info K 12 Outreach Resources Contact Us UW Links Search Color Scheme Departmental Contact Information Mailing Address University of Washington Department of Mathematics Box 354350 Seattle WA 98195 4350 For UPS Fed Ex shipments replace Box 354350 with C 138 Padelford Departmental Office C 138 Padelford Phone 206 543 1150 Fax 206 543 0397 mathmail a t math washington edu Chair Ron Irving chair a t math washington edu Associate Chair Tatiana Toro toro a t math washington edu Administrator Mike Munz munz a t math washington edu Assistant to the Chair Rose Choi rosechoi a t math washington edu Fiscal specialist Susan Malti malti a t math washington edu Office Assistant Chris Bonneu chrisb49 a t math washington edu Student Services Office C 36 Padelford Phone 206 543 6830 Fax 206 616 6974 advising a t math washington edu Director of Student Services Brooke Miller miller a t math washington edu Academic Counselors Danyel Hacker danyel a t math washington

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  • Welcome: Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
    in the early 20th century Instrumental to its growth was the appointment of Professor Robert Moritz to the mathematics and astronomy faculty Moritz s stay at Washington was to be a long one For thirty two years he remained head of the Department of Mathematics and for many years chaired the astronomy department as well One of the most colorful of his early appointments was E T Bell Although he was born in Peterhead Scotland Bell came to the United States for his university education completing an A B at Stanford an M A at the University of Washington in 1908 and a Ph D at Columbia in 1912 The mathematics department at Washington thought highly of Bell and began negotiations to bring him back to Seattle in the summer of 1912 On September 5 Bell wired Moritz accepting his offer Bell s lifelong mathematical interest was in elliptic functions and number theory During his academic career which lasted from 1912 until 1953 he produced some 200 mathematical research papers While at the University of Washington he published numerous significant contributions on analytic number theory multiply periodic functions and Diophantine analysis In addition to his research writing Bell published fifteen books on mathematics Two of these Men of Mathematics and The Development of Mathematics are still widely read A prodigious writer Bell wrote seventeen science fiction novels under the pseudonym John Taine He also authored one short story as well as some poetry His productivity was well noted and in 1922 he was promoted to full professor at an annual salary of 3 500 Within a year the Department upped Bell s salary to 4 500 to meet a competing offer In December 1924 Bell received the Bôcher prize from the American Mathematical Society for a paper on Arithmetrical Paraphrases

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  • Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
    SIMUW Summer Research Opportunities Research Faculty Research Interests Faculty Awards Honors Student Awards RTG in Inverse Problems PDE PIMS Probability in Seattle Theory Group at Microsoft Research Math Research Library Web Resources News Events Department News Seminars Colloquia Meetings UW PIMS Colloquium Milliman Lectures MathAcrossCampus Math Hour Newsletter Dept Users Only Department Google Calendar Departmental Wiki Pages Computing Orientation GENERAL Welcome Message Diversity Commitment Giving to Math Job Applicants Visitor

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  • Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
    The Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington is one of the major research mathematics departments in the United States It has an excellent research reputation a strong demanding program of graduate study in mathematics and a full range of excellent undergraduate course offerings The department has approximately 60 faculty with research interests in virtually every area of mathematics The department has about 100 full time students in the graduate program and over 800 undergraduate majors including 600 in the Mathematics undergraduate program and 200 in the joint ACMS program Mathematics Department News Tatiana Toro featured in the Simons Foundation 2012 annual report November 2013 An article highlighting Tatiana Toro s research was recently featured in the 2012 Annual Report from the Simons Foundation Toro was named a 2012 Simons Fellow in Mathematics for her research on geometric measure theory and its relation to variational problems that yield a partial differential equation and an associated free boundary Zhenqing Chen named Fellow of the American Mathematical Society November 2013 Zhenqing Chen is one of fifty mathematical scientists from around the world to be included in the 2014 class of AMS Fellows This program which is now in its second year recognizes AMS members who have made outstanding contributions to the creation exposition advancement communication and utilization of mathematics One goal of the program is to create an enlarged class of mathematicians recognized by their peers as distinguished for their contributions to the profession and to honor excellence Gunther Uhlmann gives talk at the Banff Centre September 2013 While attending and serving as co organizer of a conference on Geometry and Inverse Problems at the Banff International Research Station BIRS this month Gunther Uhlmann gave a public lecture on Harry Potter s Cloak The talk part of the Banff Centre s

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  • Welcome: Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
    Math Hour Newsletter Dept Users Only Department Google Calendar Departmental Wiki Pages Computing Orientation GENERAL Welcome Message Diversity Commitment Giving to Math Job Applicants Visitor Info K 12 Outreach Resources Contact Us UW Links Search Color Scheme Welcome to the University of Washington Mathematics Department The University of Washington Mathematics Department is one of the major research mathematics departments in the United States It has an excellent research reputation a strong demanding program of graduate study in mathematics and a full range of excellent undergraduate course offerings The department consists of approximately 60 permanent faculty with research interests in virtually every area of mathematics Students faculty and numerous visitors are encouraged to interact through a variety of courses seminars colloquia and in other less formal ways The faculty have been supported in their research by the Sloan Foundation National Science Foundation Fulbright Foundation National Security Agency and other organizations Graduate students are supported by numerous teaching assistantships and fellowships including several Sloan Foundation fellowships awarded in recent years Visits by distinguished mathematicians from all over the world are supported by the Milliman Fund a University of Washington Mathematics Department endowment Students and faculty have their offices in Padelford Hall overlooking

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