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Algebra and Number Theory
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Applied and Computational Mathematics
The research of our ACM group is focused on studying realworld problems using a wide range of mathematical and computational tools, ranging from numerical methods to network science to evolutionary dynamics.
Members
 Feng Fu
 Mathematical biology; Networks; Evolutionary Dynamics; Cooperation; Cancer; Infectious Diseases
 Anne Gelb
 Numerical analysis; imaging and signal processing applications; numerical partial differential equations
 Yoonsang Lee
 Applied and Computational Mathematics; Numerical PDEs, Uncertainty Quantification, Data Assimilation
 Scott Pauls
 Differential geometry; Data analysis; Complex systems; Applications to economics, neuroscience, sociology, and political science
 Dan Rockmore
 Complex systems; Machine learning; Networks; Computational harmonic analysis
 Dorothy Wallace
 Mathematical biology; Ordinary differential equations; Number theory
 John Voight
 Number theory; Algebraic geometry; Algebraic computing