Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics

In the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Department at Mines we tie together foundational research and teaching of Computational and Applied Mathematics as well as Statistics with interdisciplinary applications in the areas of Bio, Geo, Data, and Risk.

Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Welcome

Welcome to the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics in the College of Engineering and Computational Sciences!

Mathematics plays a vital role in the education of all students at Colorado School of Mines, both through the advanced training of its own majors and graduate students and through the support it provides to all the engineering and science disciplines.

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics takes pride in its teaching innovations, its contributions to research across campus, and in the quality of excellence in applied mathematics and statistics among its alumni.

News

Diniz Behn receives NIH grant

Title: Sensitivity of the Circadian Clock to Light in Early Childhood Dr. Behn is working with Dr. Monique LeBourgeois  (CU-Boulder)

Leiderman receives grant from Army Research Office

Dr. Karin Leiderman: Army Research Office Title: Incorporating uncertainty to improve accuracy in mathematical modeling of coagulation This award is in collaboration with Suzanne Sindi (UC Merced) and Dougald Monroe (UNC Chapel Hill) Full...

Diniz Behn published in journal

Title: Mathematics of the Nap, by Cecilia Diniz Behn Cecilia Diniz Behn has recently published a SIAM Online News article detailing a physiologically-based mathematical model of sleep/wake regulation. This model is currently being used to investigate the mechanisms...

Tenorio receives NSF grant

National Science Foundation - Division of Mathematical Sciences Award #1723048 Collaborative Research:Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Title: Stochastic Approximations for the Solution and Uncertainty...

Katy Martinez receives NSF Graduate Fellowship

Mines’ AMS doctoral student Katy Martinez is a recipient of a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for her graduate studies concerning the spatial spread of communicable diseases using stochastic SEIR models.  This year the NSF received over 13,000 applications, awarding...