The Mathematics recruitment weekend is Friday 14 - Saturday 15. Welcome prospective students to the AIM program!
Coming up in the AIM Seminar:
Two Winter 14 courses on North Campus that might be of interest:
Information about Ph.D. graduates from AIM program in 2012-2013 academic year
is now posted.
Congratulations to eight new Ph.D.s!
The dissertation of AIM PhD student Matthew Masarik has received an honorable mention in the Rackham ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award competition for 2012. Congratulations, Matt!
The mathematics department has recently acquired a 228-processor computing cluster through an NSF SCREMS grant. It allows top priority access for projects in the department, and is part of the University's much larger Center for Advanced Computing, where systems with thousands of processors are maintained for use by the university research community.
Welcome to the AIM Program
The Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics (AIM) graduate program in the Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan grants M.S. and Ph.D. degrees and has the Department of Mathematics as its administrative home. Please use the menus on the left to navigate to pages containing more information.