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Our faculty's passion for mathematics is reflected in our research, which spans various areas of pure mathematics, from set theory to analysis on infinite dimensional spaces and operator algebras, from nonclassical logic to nonassociative algebraic structures, from graph theory to the study of dynamical systems and statistical mechanics. Our research is made available in research articles, many of which, in preprint from, can be accessed via our departmental preprint archive, before being published in peer reviewed journals. 

We welcome everyone who is interested in joining us for our colloquium and our seminars, where discoveries are shared and new ideas formed. Our students are encouraged to explore mathematical research by joining a faculty member project.

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Research Areas and Projects

Our faculty members carry out research in diverse areas of mathematics through many projects. Learn more about our current active research areas and projects.

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Preprint Series

Our department has been maintaining a depository of preprints, documenting the research of our faculty and students since 2003. This extensive preprint series is archived by year and available to view online.

Preprint Archive
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Colloquia and Seminars

Sharing ideas among mathematicians plays an important role in stimulating new research. Our faculty organize a graduate colloquium and weekly seminars, while students are in charge of the student-only seminar.

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Our beautiful campus and close proximity to the Rocky Mountains make DU a popular destination for conferences and workshops. Several mathematical conferences originated here and continue to occur regularly.

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Grant Funding

Our faculty's research, teaching and conference activities are supported in part by various grants.

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Support mathematical research at DU

Donate to our research fund today to support world-class conferences, post-doctoral level research and graduate student research.

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