News Archive

  • Vladimir Koltchinskii invited to speak at the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM)

    Congratulations to Vladimir Koltchinskii, invited speaker in Probability and Statistics at ICM.

    Congratulations go to Vladimir Koltchinskii, who is an invidted speaker in Probability and Statistics for the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM), to be held in Rio de Janeiro in 2018. 

  • School of Mathematics Will Crunch the Numbers for Advancing Data Science

    Tech wins NSF funding for new interdisciplinary research institute that will tackle “big data”

    The School of Mathematics will be part of an NSF-funded interdisciplinary effort at Tech to research data science

    Georgia Tech is getting $1.5 million in government funding to help take data science to the next level. The School of Mathematics is one of six Tech schools to collectively establish a new interdisciplinary research institute on data science.

  • Recent Promotions in SoM

    Recent promotions in the School of Mathematics: Dr. Sung Ha Kang promoted to Full Professor, and Dr. Michael Damron and Dr. Josephine Yu promoted to Associate Professor

    Congratulations go out to Dr. Sung Ha Kang, Dr. Michael Damron, and Dr. Josephine Yu for their recent promotions in the School of Mathematics.

  • Petti Receives ARCS Scholar Award

    Samantha Petti, a second year Ph.D. student in the multidisciplinary ACO program at Georgia Tech receives ARCS Scholar Award for 2017-18

    Congratulations go out to Samantha Petti, a second year Ph.D. student in the multidisciplinary Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization (ACO) program at Georgia Tech has been awarded a 2017-18 ARCS - Acheivement Rewards for Academic Scientists - Scholar Award.

  • Benefits Add Up for Undergrads in School of Mathematics REU Program

    Students get valuable early chances at research, presentation skills

    A summer program gives School of Math undergrads a shot at high-level research.

    This summer's 2017 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program in the School of Mathematics was the largest yet in terms of enrollment, as 20 students took their first steps toward the level of research work expected of them in graduate school.