Math News

November 27, 2023

Matt Baker is set to appear on CW’s “Penn & Teller: Fool Us!” show on Dec 1 and 2.

Jennifer Hom
November 22, 2023

A trio of School of Mathematics faculty have received top honors from the American Mathematical Society, with Professor Jennifer Hom taking home the 2024 Levi L. Conant Prize, and Professors Greg Blekherman and Thang Le selected as 2024 AMS Fellows.

Wenjing Liao
October 3, 2023

Liao selected as one of the 93 early career scientists from across the country who are receiving a combined $135 million in DOE funding

About 250 students, parents, and teachers attended this year's Georgia Tech High School Math Day at Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. (Photo Renay San Miguel)
April 28, 2023

Since 1958, the School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech has hosted a day-long math competition for high school students. This year, hundreds of students took part in an expanded day of activities.

Mosaic Turbulence
April 19, 2023

The award, for “Chaotic dynamics of systems with noise,” will help Blumenthal continue tackling some of the most difficult questions in his field– those of chaotic fluid dynamics

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College & Campus News

Matt Baker, math professor and magician
November 28, 2023

Matt Baker is a Georgia Tech School of Mathematics professor and award-winning magician. This week, he’ll appear on the CW television series Penn & Teller: Fool Us, airing Friday, December 1 and streaming Saturday, December 2.

College of Sciences Dean Susan Lozier (top left) with 2023's new CoS Advisory Board members and board leadership. (Photo: Benjamin Zhao)
November 1, 2023

Alumni will lend their expertise to Dean Susan Lozier and College administrators regarding priorities and direction for sciences education and research.

UCEM Fellows (clockwise from top left) Sarah E. Gonzalez, Danielle Grau, Sierra Knavel, Tony Lemos, Autumn Peterson.png
October 9, 2023

With goals to boost science, engineering, and computing Ph.D. researchers from underserved populations, UCEM grows in 2023 to include students from Schools of Biological Sciences, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics.