Welcome to Mathematics & Computer Science

Mathematics and computer science are disciplines central to both the liberal arts curriculum and to research endeavors in the natural and social sciences. The combined department at Emory offers educational programs and supports research activities that explore the interrelations among mathematics, computer science, and the physical and life sciences, and that advance traditional areas of scholarship within each discipline.

The department's undergraduate program offers nine Bachelors degrees, three special tracks, and four minors. The graduate program offers three Ph.D. and four M.S. tracks.

Upcoming Seminars
09/12/2015: PAlmetto Number Theory Series XXIV (Misceallenous, Misceallenous)
09/14/2015: Tiling with Arbitrary Tiles (Imre Leader, The University of Cambridge)
09/15/2015: On Turan Problems for Weakly Quasirandom 3-uniform Hypergraphs (Christian Reiher, University Hamburg)
10/06/2015: Algebra Seminar (Timo de Wolff, Texas A&M)
10/20/2015: Rational points of rationally connected varieties over number fields, an overview (Olivier Wittenberg, École normale supérieure)
10/23/2015: The Georgia Algebraic Geometry Symposium (Miscellaneous, Miscellaneous)
Department news
Veneziani's paper selected for 2014 "Best of Computing" List"
A pioneering paper on a novel combination of FEM and spectral approaches by Alessandro Veneziani (Emory) and his collaborator Simona Perrotto (Politecnico Milano) … more
NSF showcases Veneziani's research
Alessandro Veneziani explains how riblets on the surface of shark skin improve water penetration for breaking turbulent vortexes, and the use of this … more
Formula Ono:
The cover story for the Summer 2015 Emory magazine is “Formula Ono”. The article profiles our Ken Ono and his PhD students. Here is the linkmore