Francesco Di Plinio awarded new NSF grant
Remembering Dr. William Boothby
Professors Gary Jensen and Steven Krantz reflect on Dr. Boothby's life and contributions to the mathematical sciences.
John McCarthy Awarded NSF Grant
Dr. McCarthy has been awarded an NSF grant for his research on "Operator Analysis and Applications."
As St. Louis Sports Teams Work To Reopen Arenas, This Tool May Help Them Weigh The Risks
Department Chair John McCarthy spoke with St. Louis Public Radio about navigating Covid-19 risks while reopening baseball stadiums around the country.
Steven Frankel Awarded National Science Foundation CAREER Grant
Dr. Frankel's research includes low-dimensional topology and geometric group theory.
Jose Figueroa-Lopez Awarded NSF Grant
Dr. Figueroa-Lopez has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Michael Landry Awarded NSF Fellowship
An NSF Fellowship in "Veering triangulations, polynomial invariants, and Thurston’s norm."
Dr. Martha Precup Awarded NSF Grant
"Applications of Lie Theory: Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry and Symmetric Functions".
Mathematical model predicts COVID-19 hospitalizations for those with underlying conditions
Washington University in St. Louis mathematician Steven G. Krantz has turned his focus to modeling COVID-19 in hopes that better predictions can help lessen transmission and save lives.
Professor Ari Stern Awarded NSF Grant
Laura Escobar Vega Awarded NSF Grant
Australian Research Council Discovery Award
Professor Wick part of successful Australian Research Council Discovery Award.
Todd Kuffner Awarded NSF Grant
Funding for Prof. Todd Kuffner's proposal, `Collaborative Research: New Developments in Direct Probabilistic Inference on Interest Parameters', has been awarded by the National Science Foundation.
Math Department's Professor Yanli Song is Awarded NSF Grant
Yanli Song's "New Application of Equivariant Index Theory" proposal has been awarded funding by the National Science Foundation.
UIUC-WUSTL Joint Symplectic Geometry Seminar Schedule
In the talk, we explain how to formulate PDE's within the framework of jet spaces. This allows the definition of the so-called formal solution space of a non-linear PDE. In case the PDE is formally integrable, the formal solution space carries in a natural way the structure of a profinite dimensional manifold.
Professor Quo-Shin Chi Recognized by ICCM
Professor Quo Shin Chi's article "Isoparametric hypersurfaces with four principal curvatures, III", J. Differential Geom. 94 (2013), no. 3, 469–504 has been chosen by the ICCM for an award as one of the most distinguished papers of the last five years.
National Science Foundation Awards Professor Todd Kuffner
Dr. Kuffner's research project "Collaborative Research: Higher-Order Asymptotics and Accurate Inference for Post-Selection" has been awarded funding by NSF.
Lecturer Position Open
The Mathematics Department of Washington University in St. Louis, MO has an opening for a full-time Lecturer in Mathematics, to begin August 2018.
Assistant Professor Openings
The Mathematics Department of Washington University in St. Louis, MO, has two openings for tenure track Assistant Professors, one in mathematics, and one in statistics, to begin August 2018.
Dr. Spitznagel Honored by Academy of Science-Saint Louis
The Academy of Science will honor Dr. Edward Spitznagel on April 6 for his "contributions to the statistical analysis of medical studies."
ISBA Awards Dr. Nan Lin and Qing Li
The International Society for Bayesian Analysis has awarded Dr. Nan Lin and former Ph.D. student Qing Li for their research on the Bayesian Elastic Net.
Professor John McCarthy Wins Award
Mathematics Professor and Chair John McCarthy received the G. de B. Robinson Award in December along with University of California Professor Jim Agler.
Cultivating Faculty Diversity
See how Washington University in Saint Louis' Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship Program is expanding diversity in academia.
Professor Jose Figueroa-Lopez Receives NSF Grant
Professor Jose Figueroa-Lopez receives an NSF Grant for research on Optimal and Adaptive Nonparametric Methods for High-Frequency Data.
Uniting Statisticians and Mathematicians
Last weekend, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, top statisticians and mathematicians came to Washington University in St. Louis for the first-ever Workshop on Higher-Order Asymptotics and Post-Selection Inference (WHOA-PSI).
Professor Rachel Roberts Receives an NSF Grant for Collaborative Research on Taut Foliations and Contact Topology
Contact and symplectic topology are branches of mathematics that are motivated by Physics, specifically by classical mechanics and thermodynamics. This National Science Foundation funded project seeks to extend the application of physical phenomena to the study of three-dimensional topology.
Assistant Professor Job Opening
The Mathematics Department of Washington University in St. Louis, MO, has two openings for tenure track Assistant Professor in mathematics, to begin August 2017.
John Shareshian receives NSF Grant
John Shareshian studies problems in combinatorics that arise in or have consequences for other fields of mathematics. There are close connections between combinatorics and other fields of mathematics in which non-discrete objects are studied, including topology and geometry. The work of Shareshian involves the close study of such connections, with the aim of solving problems about both discrete and non-discrete structures.
National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant for Math Department's John McCarthy
John McCarthy has received a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to study Operator Theory and Applications. He will study problems in operator theory, function theory, and in non-commutative functions.
The Workshop on Higher-Order Asymptotics and Post-Selection Inference (WHOA-PSI) will take place September 30 - October 2, 2016 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis.
Mathematics Meets Music
At the most recent American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting, Chair of the Mathematics Department David Wright contributed to the topic of Mathematics and Music.
Holmes receives NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship
Irina Holmes, currently a Hale Postdoctoral Fellow at Georgia Tech, received an NSF postdoctoral fellowship for her work in Harmonic Analysis. She will spend 2016-2018 at Washington University, working with sponsoring scientist Brett Wick.
Pascoe receives NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship
James E. Pascoe, William Chauvenet Lecturer at Washington University, received an NSF postdoctoral fellowship for his work in Operator Theory and several complex variables. He will be a Fellow for 2016-2019. His research specialty is in non-commutative function theory, and he will work with sponsoring scientist John McCarthy.
The International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications (IWOTA) will take place July 18-22, 2016 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis.