Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Colorado State University. Our researchers innovate, from the very definition of abstraction to applications in health sciences, engineering, and national and global defense, to the most practical questions of how our young students learn. Our dedication to discovery drives our passion for sharing knowledge with our students.
The Department of Mathematics in the College of Natural Sciences is pleased to welcome Dr. Maria Monks Gillespie, who will be joining our department as a tenure-track assistant professor this fall! Dr. Gillespie, a former Hertz Fellow, Churchill Scholar, and winner of the Morgan Prize, is currently a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and Krener Assistant Professor at UC Davis. Her research is in algebraic combinatorics, with applications to algebraic geometry and representation theory. Please join us in welcoming Maria!
The Department of Mathematics in the College of Natural Sciences is pleased to welcome Dr. Emily J. King, who will be joining our department as a tenure-track assistant professor this fall! Dr. King is currently a Junior Professor leading the group Computational Data Analysis at the University of Bremen, Germany. She was a Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellow in Osnabrück, Bonn, and Berlin. Before that she was an IRTA Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institutes of Health and a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Norbert Wiener Center. Her research interests include pure & applied harmonic analysis, data analysis, frame theory (in particular algebraic, geometric, and combinatorial methods in frame theory), and signal and image processing. Please join us in welcoming Emily!
The Department of Mathematics in the College of Natural Sciences is pleased to welcome Dr. Jamie Juul, who will be joining our department as a tenure-track assistant professor in the fall of 2020! Dr. Juul earned her Ph.D. from the University of Rochester, and was a visiting assistant professor at Amherst College. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests include arithmetic dynamics and algebraic number theory. Please join us in welcoming Jamie!
The popular summer camp expanded to eastern Colorado this year, in an effort to reach more students.
The course was Industrial Mathematics, and the students were challenged to apply a mathematical theory to a practical problem: teaching a computer to compose music with specific style, rhythm and structure parameters.
Computer scientists solve an array of practical, real-world problems. At the 24-hour hackCU hackathon, five undergraduates and their teammates worked nonstop to produce three winning projects.
CSU alumnus uses math and computer science to lead technological innovations in finance.
Department of Mathematics
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Fort Collins, CO 80523-1874
Department of Mathematics
Louis R. Weber Building
841 Oval Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Phone: (970) 491-1303