Troy Butler Costal Hazards Research Awarded $375,400 by the NSF

July 14, 2022

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Associate Professor Troy Butler was recently awarded $375,400 by the National Science Foundation for the project, " Advancing the Data-to-Distribution Pipeline for Scalable Data-Consistent Inversion to Quantify Uncertainties in Coastal Hazards ” Coastal hazards are a persistent threat to citizenry, industry, and governments worldwide. Of particular...

Florian Pfender Receives NSF Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences Award

June 16, 2022

Congrats to Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Professor Florian Pfender for receiving an NSF Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences award. The title of the award is " Generalized Turan Problems ." This is a collaboration with University of Illinois and Iowa State University. The CU Denver award is $370,085.

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Department Represented at 2022 COMAP Mathematical Contest in Modeling

June 16, 2022

The Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications (COMAP) is pleased to announce the results of the 38th annual Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM). Honorable Mention (top 30%) went to CU Denver’s ICB-CAU Xu Yilei, Xu Tianyang, and Xu Luru for “ Problem C: Trading Strategies .” This problem had over...

Access to High Performance Computing Resources for Research

May 11, 2022

CLAS faculty and students are invited to use the NSF funded High Performance Computing cluster Alderaan. The cluster, funded by NSF grant 2019089 CC* Compute: Accelerating Science and Education by Campus and Grid Computing , already has users from several departments. Interested faculty can fill the form linked at this...

A Great Achievement in Research Rankings for Jan Mandel

March 3, 2022

Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Professor Jan Mandel recently ranked 880 in a list of Top Mathematics Scientists on Research.com . This is a world-wide, life-time ranking. Mandel has 100 publications and an H index of 42 (total number of citations of all his publications is 9,173).

3MT Award for Adelle Price

Nov. 25, 2021

The Department of Mathematical and Statistical Science is pleased to announce that Statistics MS student Adelle Price won the campus' 3-minute talk (3MT) competition that took place earlier this month. Price presented a talk titled, “Bridging the Diversity Gap in Human Genetic Studies,” which is mentored by Audrey Hendricks as...

Alum Ian Arriaga-MacKenzie Received Prestigious 2021 C.W. Cotterman Award

Sept. 17, 2021

Ian Arriaga-MacKenzie is a University of Colorado Denver BS Mathematics graduate, a CU Denver MS Stats graduate, a EUReCA! workstudy recipient, a UROP recipient, and a former member of the Hendricks Lab . Now a PhD student in Biostatistics at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, he won for the...

Asadi-Zeydabadi and Lodwick Publishing COVID Outbreak Data Analysis

Aug. 19, 2021

Professor Weldon Lodwick, Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, and CTT Professor of Physics Masoud Asadi-Zeydabadi recently published, “ Analysis of COVID-19 pandemic in USA, using Topological Weighted Centroid ,” in Computers in Biology and Medicine . They analyzed COVID-19 outbreaks using data-driven intelligent geographical dynamical systems that models disease...

Audrey Hendricks Publishing on Summix With Students

July 21, 2021

Audrey E. Hendricks, Associate Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, along with 10 student authors published, “ Summix: A method for detecting and adjusting for population structure in genetic summary data ,” this month in the American Journal of Human Genetics . Many of these...

Stephen Hartke Receives OER Award

March 18, 2021

Stephen Hartke, Professor of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, recently received the annual University of Colorado Open Educational Resources Champion Award. This award recognizes significant achievements of CU faculty, staff, and students in expanding the use of open educational resources.

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