Mathematical Studies at Rensselaer
Home to some of the nation's leading mathematics experts, the department focuses heavily on teaching and research aimed at solving real-world problems.
Home to some of the nation's leading mathematics experts, the department focuses heavily on teaching and research aimed at solving real-world problems.
Driven by talented, dedicated, and forward-thinking faculty, learn to harness mathematics to support engineering and scientific pursuits for the good of our 21st century.
One of a few mathematics programs in the country with a strong faculty orientation toward applications of mathematics. Designed to aid students in constructing programs which reflect their interests and career objectives.
An interdisciplinary program that integrates modeling, analysis, and computations with contemporary experimental research of large multi-scale nonlinear systems and the mathematical and numerical methods needed to analyze them.
Our data-driven, web-enabled, globally interconnected world, poses significant new challenges to scientists and engineers. At the Inverse Problem Center we tackle science's toughest challenges – in reverse.
Applications are invited for a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in applied mathematics to begin in August 2017.
Undergraduate students in math and physics received top honors in the this year's MCM/ICM competition.
Several undergraduate and graduate math students will receive awards for academic achievement at the 2016 Commencement Luncheon.
Rensselaer once again ranks among the best universities in the United States, according to rankings released by U.S. News & World Report. This is the highest rank for the Institute in the last 11 years.
...read moreDr. Kirk Johnson, Sant Director of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History to speak on “Natural History Museums in the 21st Century,” Sept. 1.
...read moreRensselaer will officially welcome members of the Class of 2020, and introduce them to the local community through a weeklong series of events known as “Navigating Rensselaer & Beyond” (NRB), the official continuation of the orientation program.
...read moreMore than 1,700 students—representing the largest incoming Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute class in the Institute’s history—will make their way to Troy. The first-year students hail from 47 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and from countries all around the world.
...read moreExecutive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme Ertharin Cousin urged graduates to think first of others and be the first generation that embraces technology for all the right reasons at the 210th Commencement.
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