• Welcome new ULM TA grads.

    Welcome new ULM TA grads.

    LUDWIG SIEGERT I finished my undergraduate studies in mathematics and management at the University of Ulm in Germany and continued with a master’s degree in […]

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  • REU summer math projects

    REU summer math projects

    In summer 2017, SDSU hosted another NSF-funded research experience for undergraduate students coordinated by program director Vadim Ponomarenko.  The students came from all over the […]

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  • Welcome new ULM students

    Welcome new ULM students

    SDSU welcomes three new graduate students to the Math Dept from Ulm, Germany.  Ludwig Siegert, Marc Schneble, and Maximillian Autenrieth are on campus as foreign […]

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  • Rich Levine named JSM Program Chair

    Rich Levine named JSM Program Chair

    Rich Levine has been selected to serve as the Program Chair of the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) in 2019. JSM is the largest gathering of […]

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  • Antonio Palacios publishes book

    Antonio Palacios publishes book

    Antonio Palacios and Visarath In of SPAWAR have just published a book in Springer’s Complexity Series, Symmetry in Complex Network Systems: Connecting Equivariant Bifurcation Theory […]

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  • Ricardo teaches in Greece

    Ricardo teaches in Greece

    Professor Carretero taught an intensive summer course on Nonlinear Waves: Theory, Applications and Computation in Kavala, Greece during summer 2017. The course, offered through the […]

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  • Welcome new faculty: Dr. Naveen Vaidya

    Welcome new faculty: Dr. Naveen Vaidya

    The Department welcomes a new faculty member in Biomathematics, Naveen Vaidya. Naveen comes to us from the University of Missouri –Kansas City. Before joining UMKC, […]

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  • Chris Rasmussen receives Monty Award

    Chris Rasmussen receives Monty Award

      Chris Rasmussen receives the 2017 College of Science’s Outstanding Faculty Contributions Award, also known as the Faculty Montys. Chris is an international leader in mathematics […]

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  • Chris Rasmussen teaches abroad: Spain

    Chris Rasmussen teaches abroad: Spain

    In June 2017, Chris Rasmussen led a group of 21 SDSU liberal studies students on a study abroad program in Granada, in the Andalucía region […]

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  • Graduating Class of 2017

    Graduating Class of 2017

    Congratulations to our 2017 graduates in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics.  Awards have been presented to our Outstanding Graduates and Faculty.  The following graduating […]

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