InforMath: Current Work and Programs
The InforMath project is funded by an NSF grant of SDSU’s Mathematics Education Professor Ricardo Nemirovsky. The project seeks avenues for transforming cultural perceptions of […]
The InforMath project is funded by an NSF grant of SDSU’s Mathematics Education Professor Ricardo Nemirovsky. The project seeks avenues for transforming cultural perceptions of […]
William Zahner, an assistant professor in the department of Mathematics and Statistics at San Diego State University has been awarded a prestigious NSF-CAREER grant. […]
Vadim Ponomarenko is the new Notes Editor Elect for the American Mathematical Monthly as of January 1, 2016. This is the most widely read mathematics […]
Joanne Lobato received a three year grant from the National Science Foundation, Re-imagining Video-Based Online Learning. The familiar YouTube-style videos of solutions to math problems have […]
Ricardo Carretero received a two-year National Science Foundation Grant, New Directions in Atomic Bose-Einstein Condensates. The recent experimental realization of Bose-Einstein Condensates (BECs)—leading to the 2001 […]
Jerome Gilles, Ph.D. (Ecole Normale Superieure of Cachan, France, 2006) Gilles is a mathematician specializing in applied harmonic analysis. His areas of interest include […]
Join us in congratulating Dr. Jonathan Wilson and Dr. Lucie Sharpsten, the first two students to graduate from the Computational Statistics PhD program. The Joint […]