Research Areas and Centers

"Global Sensitivity Metrics from Active Subspaces," presented at the SIAM 2016 Uncertainty Quantification Conference by Paul Diaz.
 

The Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics has a strong emphasis on research, both internally and collaboratively. Internally, our faculty members have formed several collaborative research groups in Applied Mathematics and Statistics.

Applied Mathematics & Wave Phenomena

 

Applied Statistics

 

Educational
Assessment
 

 
Greg Fasshauer
M Ganesh
Willy Hereman
Paul Martin
Steve Pankavich
 

Paul Constantine
William Navidi
Aaron Porter
Luis Tenorio

 

Barb Moskal

 
           

Computational Mathematics & Analysis

  Mathematical Biology and Biostatistics      

Bernard Bialecki
Paul Constantine
Greg Fasshauer
M Ganesh
Paul Martin
Steve Pankavich
Luis Tenorio

 

Cecilia Diniz Behn
M Ganesh
Karin Leiderman
William Navidi
Steve Pankavich
Aaron Porter

     

You can learn more about the research of our assistant professors by going to  The Future of AMS at Mines.

Affiliated Centers and Laboratories

Additionally, our faculty members are active in many of the Research Centers that exist on campus to support interdisciplinary research. These research efforts have included both undergraduate and graduate students depending on need and interest.

 

Center for Assessment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (CA-STEM)

The mission of CA-STEM is to improve the methodologies used by evaluators in the assessment of educational interventions in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. CA-STEM's role is to bring together experts in quantitative research, qualitative research, and STEM content with the purpose of improving the evaluation of educational research projects. CA-STEM will also provide a training ground for undergraduate students, graduate students and researchers who are interested in assessment and evaluation.

For more information, please contact Dr. Barbara Moskal.

 

Center for Wave Phenomena (CWP)

The Center for Wave Phenomena (CWP) supports an interdisciplinary (geophysics, mathematics) research and educational program in seismic exploration. The main focus of the program is in seismic modeling, migration, and inversion methods and accurate and efficient computational methods for seismic data processing, primarily for application to regions of structural complexity. 

For more information, please contact Dr. Paul Sava

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