James Meiss and Natasha Flyer: Building Artificial Intelligence to Study the Sun

Dec. 15, 2020

Recently, a grant to study solar weather using machine learning was funded, and among those working on the project, the Applied Math Department's own Professor James Meiss and Affiliate Dr. Natasha Flyer are highlighted. In an article released by the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences titled Building artifical intelligence...

Winter 2020 Applied Mathematics Commencement

Dec. 11, 2020

In the wake of continued campus guidelines to protect the greater community, the Department of Applied Mathematics is celebrating their winter graduation by posting a Winter 2020 Commencement Program . In addition, the Department Chair, Professor Keith Julien, would like to extend his congratulations to the graduating class: “On behalf...

Research Highlight: The Effect of Heterogeneity on Hypergraph Contagion Models

Nov. 25, 2020

Recently, Associate Professor Juan G. Restrepo and Applied Math PhD student Nicholas Landry published their work titled “The effect of heterogeneity on hypergraph contagion models” along with a press release . Nicholas, who has been studying the dynamics of networks, and Prof. Restrepo wanted to look at the effects of...

Fall 2020 Graduate Part-Time Instructor Award

Nov. 18, 2020

This month, Applied Mathematics Department congratulated David Gunderman for receiving the Fall 2020 Graduate Part-Time Instructor Appreciation Award. Over the course of the last 30 years, the Graduate School has awarded Graduate Part-Time Instructor Teaching Excellence Awards. However, this year, in light of the ongoing campus challenges, the Graduate School...

Mark Ablowitz named CU Distinguished Professor

Nov. 11, 2020

Applied Mathematics Professor Mark Ablowitz was named CU Distinguished Professor by the CU Board of Regents on November 12, 2020. The title "Distinguished Professor" is the highest honor that the University of Colorado bestows on its own faculty members. Mark Ablowitz joins a cohort of only 118 faculty (since 1977)...

CU Boulder Ph.D. Information

Nov. 11, 2020

Many have asked for the slides from the Nov 10 Ph.D information session. They can now be found by following this link or on the Ph.D. section of this site!

Applied Mathematics PhD Degree Overview & Information Session

Nov. 1, 2020

Applied Mathematics PhD Degree Overview & Information Session Tuesday, November 10 th (12pm-1pm MST). The Applied Mathematics Department at CU Boulder will host a virtual PhD information session on Tuesday, November 10 th (12pm-1pm MST). We invite prospective applicants to join us and learn more about pursuing a PhD in...

LISA 2020 Symposium

Oct. 15, 2020

This upcoming Tuesday (Oct. 20), the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis (LISA), who our very own Dr. Eric Vance directs, will be celebrating LISA 2020 Day alongside the World Statistics Day and the International Year of Women in Statistics (#IYWSDS) and Data Science via a symposium. In a statement, LISA...

Alec Dunton: IEEE HPEC GraphChallenge Winner

Oct. 1, 2020

Recently, Applied Mathematics graduate student Alec Dunton and his team won the Graph Challenge as a part of his summer internship at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. The GraphChallenge, as explained on the challenge’s website , is a curated and open scalable graph analysis competition which “encourages community approaches to developing...

2020 Rudy Horne Fellowship Recipient: Serena DiLeonardo

Sept. 24, 2020

This past week, the Department of Applied Mathematics announced the recipient of the Rudy Horne Memorial Fellowship: graduate student Serena DiLeonardo! Serena is a first year student in the Applied Mathematics graduate program who previously graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics along with a Master’s Degree in Environmental...