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
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
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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Department of Mathematics
Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602