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.
Former math professor Aubrey Poore started Numerica at CSU in 1996. The company is now a global leader in the defense industry.
Patel’s theory of Generalized Persistent Diagrams helped solve many of the long-standing open problems in the field of persistent homology, and it aided him in being named a Leverhulme Visiting Professor.
On March 31, high school students heard from notable women in math at CSU, participated in fun math activities, chatted with current female and genderqueer graduate students in math and toured parts of CSU’s campus.
The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Committee in the Department of Mathematics presented the opening exhibit of Illustrating Diverse Experiences in STEM on March 28 in the Laurel Village Pavillion. The artwork will be on display until the end of the week.