Clayton Shonkwiler, a postdoctoral associate in the department of mathematics, has been at the center of a very exciting set of breakthroughs in the understanding and simulation of polymers, which are long flexible molecules composed of chains of smal
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Michael Usher, associate professor of mathematics, is recognized for his breakthrough development of a new tool known as “boundary depth,” which helps mathematicians working in the field of symplectic geometry better understand the intricacies of an i
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2014-2019 Research and Training Group in Algebra, Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory (RTG) awarded to the Department of Mathematics by the NSF.
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The Algebraic Geometry, Algebra, and Number Theory (AGANT) research groups teamed together to get a $2 milliion National Science Foundation Research and Training Group (RTG) grant.