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Analysis and Applied Mathematics

Methane bubbles frozen in the ice of Lake Baikal
Applied mathematician Malgo Peszynska has pioneered the use of computational mathematics to study upscaling in complex pore-scale environments, such as methane gas transport and flow through different layers in sub-ocean sediments (as in Lake Baikal in Siberia).

Our Analysis and Applied Mathematics research group is our largest group as so many of our faculty work on applications of mathematics. Faculty working on mathematical analysis study functional and harmonic analysis and analysis of partial differential equations, along with applications in other areas and disciplines like geometry, probability, number theory and numerical analysis.