Mar 19, 2021, 8:11 AM
Join the Mathematics and Statistics Department for the 13th Joint Colloquium, Tuesday, April 6th, 2021, 1:10pm featuring Prof. Caroline Uhler from MIT. The talk title is "Causal Inference in the Light of Drug Repurposing for COVID-19."
Feb 25, 2021, 12:45 PM
Please check out the courses being offered in other departments that might be of interest to you and your research.
Feb 12, 2021, 8:53 AM
We have four new videos about mathematics graduate studies at UC Davis.
Dec 15, 2020, 10:42 PM
Prof. Teran recently joined the ranks of the UC Davis Mathematics department from UCLA where he has taught and advised PhD students for 13 years. His research areas involve scientific computing, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, and computer graphics.
Nov 17, 2020, 8:17 AM
These courses may be of interest to all graduate students but Applied Math students in particular. Please contact the instructor for more information.
Nov 4, 2020, 10:58 AM
The INFORMS Optimization Society 2020 Farkas Prize is awarded to Jesus De Loera in recognition of his pioneering work at the intersection of discrete mathematics, optimization and algebraic geometry.
Nov 4, 2020, 10:48 AM
Mechanical and aerospace engineering and computer science professor Raissa D’Souza will bring her expertise in network science to one of the world’s most prominent peer-reviewed journals as a new member of Science magazine’s Board of Reviewing Editors.
Sep 28, 2020, 9:56 PM
Sep 27, 2020, 9:42 PM
Martin Fraas is a mathematical physicist. He was born in Czechoslovakia and received his M.A. and PhD. degrees from Charles University in Prague. He had postdoctoral positions in the Technion (Israel) and ETH (Switzerland). Martin's first position in the US was in Virginia Tech, where he was an Assistant Professor in the mathematics department up until his move to UC Davis math department. Within mathematical physics, he focuses on studying the mathematical structures of quantum mechanics. He worked on open quantum systems, adiabatic theory, and quantum estimation theory. Most recently, his work focuses on topological phases of matter, a topic originating in condensed matter physics, and quantum trajectories, a topic originating in quantum optics.
Sep 13, 2020, 8:46 PM
Fernanda Valdovinos is a theoretical ecologist and network scientist. She recently joined (July 1st 2020) UC Davis as Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy, and before then she was Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Center for the Study of Complex Systems since January 2018. Her group studies the structure and dynamics of ecological networks at ecological and evolutionary scales; including their resilience to biodiversity loss, biological invasions, climate change, and exploitation by humans. Her main research lines include plant-pollinator systems and food-webs, which she studies using a combination of mathematical and computational approaches. Valdovinos got her PhD in 2014 on Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Chile, and then conducted her postdoc studies at the University of Arizona and spent part of her postdoc time at UC Berkeley. For more information visit: www.fsvaldovinos.com