Welcome to Mathematics and Statistics

With close to 60 full time faculty and staff members, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at UNC Charlotte has the largest and most diverse staff at the university, with faculty members having a wide range research interests in fields of pure mathematics such as algebra, analysis and topology, as well as in fields of applied mathematics such as computational mathematics, mathematical physics, partial differential equations, and statistics. Mathematics Education is also a strong component of the department.

The department offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in mathematics, M.S. degrees in mathematics, M.A. degrees in mathematics education and Doctoral degrees with concentrations in applied mathematics and statistics. Additionally, the department also offers M.S. degrees in Mathematical Finance jointly with the Departments of Finance and Economics in the Belk College of Business Administration.

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Seminars and Colloquium Talks

Department News

Colloquium talk on Friday April 29th, at 11:00AM

April 25, 2016

Kelin Xia, from Michigan State University, will give a colloquium talk on Friday April 29th, at 11:00AM in the Math Conference room. The title of his talk is "Topological modeling and analysis of complex data in biomolecules".

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Colloquium talk on Friday April 22nd, at 11:00AM

April 25, 2016

Xiu Yang, from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will give a colloquium talk on Friday April 22nd, at 11:00AM in the Math Conference room. The title of his talk is "Enhancing Sparsity in Uncertainty Quantification Problems by Iterative Rotations".

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Friday April 1st, at 11:00AM

March 30, 2016

Christoph Ortner, from the University of Warwick will give a colloquium talk on Friday April 1st, at 11:00AM in the Math Conference room. The title of his talk is "The Dimer Method for Saddle Point Computations"

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