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The Applied Mathematics Program at UNC-CH has strong curricular and research ties to various areas of applied science at UNC-CH. This Program was started in 1996 with generous university-wide support provided by the Provost, Vice-Provost, Dean of Arts and Sciences, and the Mathematics Department in the form of permanent and fixed-term faculty positions, space, computational facilities, secretarial and systems staff positions, and general resources.
Our focus is to provide mathematical and computational science support to the "School of Applied Science" emphasis at UNC-CH. This concept consists of units of strong disciplinary excellence, together with a fundamental interest and commitment to interdisciplinary science. Our group in Applied Mathematics shares the belief that this combination of pure disciplinary excellence and cross-disciplinary training and collaborations offers a great model for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates.
Our faculty currently consists of: David Adalsteinsson, Roberto Camassa, Greg Forest, Jingfang Huang, Chris Jones, Rich McLaughlin, Laura Miller, Michael Minion, Sorin Mitran, and Peter Mucha. We also work with a number of postdoctoral scholars.
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