• We welcome Kyle Luh to the faculty of the Math Department! Dr. Luh joins us as a new Assistant Professor in Fall 2020. He is working in high-dimensional probability and in particular random matrices and random graphs.
  • The Math Department welcomes our two new PostDocs: Dr. Florencia Orosz Hunziker received her Ph.D. at Yale University in 2019 under the supervision of Igor Frenkel. Her research interests are vertex algebra theory, Lie theory and representation theory.
    Dr. Rodrigo Ribeiro received his Ph.D. at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais under the supervision of Remy Sanchis in 2016 and held postdoctoral Positions at PUC Chile in Santiago with Alejandro Ramirez and at IMPA (Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada) in Rio de Janeiro with Roberto Imbuzeiro Oliveira. His research interests are random graphs and random walks in random environments.
  • Our colleague Markus Pflaum received an NSF award as a CoPI jointly with Aurora Clark (PI, Chemistry, Washington State University), Yang Zhang (CoPI, Engineering, University of Illinois), Ravishankar Sundararaman (CoPI, Chemistry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) and Henry Adams (CoPI, Applied Topology, Colorado State University) for their project "Descriptors of Energy Landscapes via Topological Analysis" (DELTA). The grant is a continuing grant with an initially awarded amount of $846,222.00 for the first year.
  • Carla Farsi and Judith Packer together with coauthors Elizabeth Gillaspy and Sooran Kang have been selected as winners of the Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications' Ames Award. Their paper ‘’Separable representations, KMS states, and wavelets for higher-rank graphs’’ was written while Elizabeth Gillaspy was a postdoc at CU and Sooran Kang (who got her Ph.D. under Packer's direction in 2009) was visiting CU. Congratulations!