Research at the FSU Mathematics Department includes pure, applied and interdisciplinary subjects.
|Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory|
|Low-dimensional and Geometric Topology|
|Computational Aeroacoustics and Fluid Dynamics|
|Computational Methods for Differential/Integral Equations|
|Computational Methods for Optimization|
|Computational Methods in Geosciences|
|Biological Population Modeling|
|Mathematical Modeling in Neuroscience|
|Network and Geometric Data Analysis|
|Computational Stochastics and Monte Carlo Methods|
The following research seminars run regularly:
|Algebra and its Applications|
|Geometry and Topology|
|Game Theory and Complexity Science|
For a weekly schedule see This Week in Mathematics (TWIM).
The Department's Mathematics Colloquium is held on Fridays at 3:30-4:30pm.
Our E-print Archive contains recent research articles by faculty members and students.