News Archive

  • Larry Rolen Wins PROSE Award

    Larry Rolen wins the PROSE Award given by the Association of American Publishers in the category of Mathematics

  • 50 Years of First-Passage Percolation, New AMS Book by Michael Damron

    Georgia Tech School of Mathematics professor Michael Damron and two collaborators have a new book published by the American Mathematical Society

  • Seam34 Schedule

    The schedule for the 34th Southeastern Analysis Meeting (SEAM) conference, March 23-25, 2018

  • Lew Lefton featured on external news

    Story Collider: Lew Lefton tries to succeed as both a math professor and a math comedian

  • Mathematics Fuels Space Exploration

    Aerospace engineers and mathematicians meet to learn the tools to make it work

    Mathematical advances can help aerospace engineers design space mission routes with lower fuel consumption.

    Space mission designers from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and mathematicians from Georgia Tech and Yeshiva University are gathering for a four-day workshop. The participants will work together in using mathematical tools to lower the fuel consumption of spacecraft through trajectory design.