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Dr. Eliana Christou NSF Grant

   April 7, 2022

The Mathematics & Statistics Department is pleased to announce that Dr. Eliana Christou has been awarded an NSF grant. She is the PI on a new NSF award in the amount of $213,462 for two years starting August 2022 (NSF award link ...

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Dr. Hector Alonzo Barriga-Acosta Award

   April 5, 2022
We are very excited to share with you that Dr. Hector Alonzo Barriga-Acosta has been awarded a Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship at UNC Charlotte for two years. Professor Alan Dow will be serving as his postdoctoral supervisor. Hector will be doing research in the general area of topology. He received his Ph.D. in the Department of Mathematics at the...

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Dr. Molchanov Rothschild Fellowship

   March 24, 2022
We are very excited to announce that Dr. Stanislav Molchanov has been invited to the Isaac Newton Institute at Cambridge University this spring semester.  Including this visit, he has been invited to the...

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Journal of Inverse and III-Posed Problems dedicate special issue to Dr. Klibanov

   February 4, 2022

Journal of Inverse and III-Problems has published a special issue dedicated to Professor Klibanov for his 70th anniversary this month. Read the special issue here.

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Recent Graduates From The Math Department

   January 10, 2022

As we start a new semester, the department wanted to congratulate the recent graduates from our department. We had Dr. Christou and Dr. Li and two of our graduate students, Ali Mahzarnia and Masoumeh Sheikhi Kiasari. We understand the time and commitment to achieve this...

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Innovative redesign of statistics course improves grades, decreases equity gap

   October 13, 2021
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UNC Charlotte Emeritus Professor Coaches USA In The International Mathematics Competition

   September 2, 2021

In July 2021, the USA took part in the International Mathematics Competition for the first time in the 22 year history of the event. The competition takes place at two levels, elementary and middle school levels. The US had two middle school teams and one team at the elementary level. The week of activities included online cultural events and a 3D tic-tac-toe puzzle competition. Five of the 12...

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Professor Mikhail Klibanov recently published a new book

   August 24, 2021

Professor Mikhail Klibanov recently published a new book entitled Inverse Problems and Carleman Estimates: Global Uniqueness, Global Convergence and Experimental Data with De Gruyter. More information of this book can be found ...

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M.S.In Math Finance Soars To Highest Level In TFE Times National Ranking

   June 24, 2021

UNC Charlotte’s Master of Science in Mathematical Finance program has once again been named among the top-ranked programs in the nation, ranking No. 12 in the TFE Times’ 2021 Master of Financial...

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Leading In Degree Completion

   March 15, 2021

At UNC Charlotte, African American students are graduating at a rate higher than any time in the University’s history. At the same time, their success in STEM majors (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is ensuring that they are starting their careers prepared to succeed in dynamic, 21st-century work environments.

With 70% of UNC Charlotte graduates...

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