Ph.D. Degree in Computational and Applied Mathematics
The University of Chicago has recently approved a new degree-granting Ph.D. program in Computational and Applied Mathematics. The program will be jointly administered by faculty in a number of departments (Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science and others)
in a formal framework called the Committee on Computational and Applied Mathematics (CCAM). Information about the Ph.D. program can be found here, and about the faculty in the Committee here.
The Statistics Consulting Program
The Department of Statistics Consulting Program is now open and receiving project requests for the new academic year.
Lunar New Year Lunch
The Department of Statistics welcomes in the Year of the Rooster at its annual luncheon on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, in Jones 111, 5747 S. Ellis Avenue.
Best wishes to our Autumn Quarter graduates!
Zhengrong Xing, Ph.D.
Yuxue Qi, M.S.
Igor Vasiljevic, M.S.
Ruhan Zhang, M.S.
Rina Foygel Barber wins Neubauer Fellowship
Rina Foygel Barber has been awarded the Neubauer Faculty Fellowship in the College for 2016. These fellowships were established in order to recognize innovative and effective teaching on the part of Assistant and Associate Professors who regularly participate in the College’s instructional programs. Congratulations Rina!
The Computational and Applied Mathematics Initiative builds on the interdisciplinary efforts of Statistics faculty, students; their research, seminars, and classes.
Department Events This Week
January 16, 2017, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (University holiday)
THURSDAY, January 19, 2017, at 4:30 PM, in Jones 226, 5747 South Ellis Avenue
Scientific and Statistical Computing Seminar
, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago
"Understanding the Role of Sequence Diversity in Protein Structural Symmetry