9/23/2019
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9/25/2019
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9/26/2019
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9/30/2019
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10/1/2019
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10/8/2019
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10/9/2019
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10/11/2019
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10/14/2019
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10/15/2019
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Welcome to CSI Mathematics. With approximately 25 regular faculty members representing a number of the major fields of current research, the department offers courses for mathematics, engineering, and science students, as well as service courses for the general student body (see the full list of courses here). We offer Bachelor of Science degrees with an emphasis on graduate school preparation, secondary school teaching, and a joint degree with computer science.

Many of our majors become involved in faculty-mentored undergraduate research projects. Our regular faculty conduct research in a variety of areas of pure and applied mathematics [MathSciNet link]. Research areas include applied mathematics, differential geometry, discrete mathematics, geometric analysis, hyperbolic conservation laws, knot theory, logic, nonlinear analysis, number theory, probability, and topology.

The College is conveniently located at the nexus of the vibrant New York City area research community. Many faculty in the Department of Mathematics contribute to, and organize, research activities at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan. Our faculty also supervise doctoral students at the Graduate Center, and participate in research seminars and colloquia with neighboring institutions.

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  • Simons Lecture on mathematical "knitting". Thursday March 28, 2019, 1P Lecture Hall. Speaker: Fabienne SerriereDetails...
  • Department Faculty exhibits mathematical art at the AAAS exhibition "Mathematical Beauty"Details...
  • Unusual version of a Klein Bottle, 3d-printed by Prof Mikael Vejdemo-Johansson, was nominated for the Best In Show prize at the Bridges conference art exhibition this past July. See banner above for image.
  • On February 2, The Graduate Center of CUNY will hose GC MathFest 2018. The program highlights the GC as a destination for graduate school. The schedule can be seen here.
  • Recent math graduate Fateeha Amjad noted for her philanthropy.Details...
  • Nonlinear Problems in Geometry October 19th, 2017, Prof. Zeno HuangDetails...
  • The guest speaker for this year's Simons CSI undergraduate math Lecture is Prof. Moon Duchin, March 9Details...
  • Annual Math Department HikeDetails...
  • Fateeha Amjad Receives Student Service Award.Details...
  • Chigogidze MemorialDetails...
  • Congratulations:Fateeha Amjad and Lauren DeStefano Undergraduate Research Conference.Details...
  • Congratulations: Itiel Cohen's acceptance into REU Program.Details...
  • Congratulations: Michael Siozios' acceptance into REU Program.Details...
  • Congratulations on Jonathan Zacharowicz's completion of 2015 Kryptos Challenge Contest.Details...
  • Simons Lecture Details...
  • 2015 CUNY Math Challenge Details...
  • Math Club>Join the Math Club here
  • Best Job? Mathematician See this article if you don't believe it.

Aug 19, 2019

Webassign Online Homework Setup Instructions

Apr 16, 2016

Fateeha Amjad Receives Student Service Award

Feb 4, 2016

CUNY Math Challenge -- win 2500!

Sep 3, 2015

Simons Lecture: Steve Butler will speak on juggling on September 17th.

Jul 24, 2015

Problem of the Summer from Professor Herschkorn

May 11, 2015

ALEX CHIGOGIDZE and His Mathematical Legacy

Apr 15, 2015

Can you solve this math problem that has torn Singapore apart?

Mar 15, 2015

Problem of the Month March 2015

Dec 4, 2014

Problem of the month:

Aug 9, 2014

Rent or buy that textbook?