School of Mathematics
The School of Mathematics, a unit of Georgia Tech's College of Sciences, is among the nation's top public university Mathematics departments. The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics has been offered since 1952, and the doctoral program was begun in 1963. Georgia Tech enjoys a strong reputation in science and engineering and the graduates are in demand by industry and academia.
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Graph Theory @ Georgia Tech [33]
Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, May 711, 2012 
ProofReader [5]
The annual newsletter of the School of Mathematics. 
School of Mathematics Faculty Publications [119]
Preprints by faculty members in the School of Mathematics 
School of Mathematics OSP Research Reports [100]
OSP research reports by faculty and researchers in the School of Mathematics 
School of Mathematics Theses and Dissertations [399]
Original work by students in the School of Mathematics 
School of Mathematics Undergraduate Research Option Theses [1]
Research Thesis Option for Mathematics Majors 
Stelson Lecture Series [6]
Annual lectures in honor of Hugh Stelson
Recent Submissions

Interaction energies, lattices, and designs
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200521)This thesis has four chapters. The ﬁrst three concern the location of mass on spheres or projective space, to minimize energies. For the Columb potential on the unit sphere, this is a classical problem, related to arranging ... 
RayleighTaylor Instability with Heat Transfer
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200513)In this thesis, the RayleighTaylor instability effect with heat transfer in the setting of the NavierStokes equations, given threedimensional and incompressible fluids, is investigated. Under suitable initial and boundary ... 
Legendrian large cables and nonuniformly thick knots
We define the notion of a knot type having Legendrian large cables and show that having this property implies that the knot type is not uniformly thick. Moreover, there are solid tori in this knot type that do not thicken ... 
Small torsion generating sets for mapping class groups
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200427)A surface of genus g has many symmetries. These form the surface’s mapping class group Mod(S_g), which is finitely generated. The most commonly used generating sets for Mod(S_g) are comprised of infinite order elements ... 
Finding and certifying numerical roots of systems of equations
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200501)Numerical algebraic geometry studies methods to approach problems in algebraic geometry numerically. Especially, finding roots of systems of equations using theory in algebraic geometry involves symbolic algorithm which ... 
Numerical estimates for arm exponents and the acceptance profile in twodimensional invasion percolation
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200505)The main object of this thesis is to numerically estimate some conjectured arm exponents when there exist a number of open paths and closed dual paths that extend to the boundary of different sizes of boxes centering at ... 
The MaxwellPauli equations
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200319)We study the quantum mechanical manybody problem of N ≥ 1 nonrelativistic electrons with spin interacting with their selfgenerated classical electromagnetic field and K ≥ 0 static nuclei. We model the dynamics of the ... 
Randomness as a tool for modeling and uncovering structure
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20200312)This thesis contains four main research directions, united by the themes of using randomness to (i) construct structure and (ii) uncover structure. Randomness has long been used for these tasks. Random models are defined ... 
Coloring graphs with no k5subdivision: disjoint paths in graphs
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20190327)The Four Color Theorem states that every planar graph is 4colorable. Hajos conjectured that for any positive integer k, every graph containing no K_{k+1}subdivision is kcolorable. However, Catlin disproved Hajos conjecture ... 
Detecting gerrymandering with mathematical rigor
(20200206)In recent years political parties have more and more expertly crafted political districtings to favor one side or another, while at the same time, entirely new techniques to detect and measure these efforts are being ... 
The proxy point method for rankstructured matrices
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191106)Rankstructured matrix representations, e.g., $\mathcal{H}^2$ and HSS, are commonly used to reduce computation and storage cost for dense matrices defined by interactions between many bodies. The main bottleneck for their ... 
Quantum torus methods for Kauffman bracket skein modules
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20190822)We investigate aspects of Kauffman bracket skein algebras of surfaces and modules of 3manifolds using quantum torus methods. These methods come in two flavors: embedding the skein algebra into a quantum torus related to ... 
6connected graphs are twothree linked
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191111)Let $G$ be a graph and $a_0, a_1, a_2, b_1,$ and $b_2$ be distinct vertices of $G$. Motivated by their work on Four Color Theorem, Hadwiger's conjecture for $K_6$, and J\o rgensen's conjecture, Robertson and Seymour asked ... 
Topics on the length of the longest common subsequences, with blocks, in binary random words
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20190827)The study of LIn, the length of the longest increasing subsequences, and of LCIn, the length of the longest common and increasing subsequences in random words is classical in computer science and bioinformatics, and has ... 
Concentration and Convexity  Part 3
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191213)The Concentration of measure phenomenon is a fundamental tool of high dimensional probability and of Asymptotic Geometric Analysis. Independence or Isoperimetry are two typical reasons for the appearance of this phenomenon. ... 
Concentration and Convexity  Part 2
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 201912)The Concentration of measure phenomenon is a fundamental tool of high dimensional probability and of Asymptotic Geometric Analysis. Independence or Isoperimetry are two typical reasons for the appearance of this phenomenon. ... 
Concentration and Convexity  Part 1
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191210)The Concentration of measure phenomenon is a fundamental tool of high dimensional probability and of Asymptotic Geometric Analysis. Independence or Isoperimetry are two typical reasons for the appearance of this phenomenon. ... 
Fourier Analysis in Geometric Tomography  Part 3
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191213)Geometric tomography is the study of geometric properties of solids based on data about sections and projections of these solids. The lectures will include: 1. An outline of proofs of two of the main features of the Fourier ... 
Floating Bodies and Approximation  Part 3
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191212)Two important closely related notions in affine convex geometry are the floating body and the affine surface area of a convex body. The floating body of a convex body is obtained by cutting off caps of volume less or equal ... 
Fourier Analysis in Geometric Tomography  Part 2
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 20191211)Geometric tomography is the study of geometric properties of solids based on data about sections and projections of these solids. The lectures will include: 1. An outline of proofs of two of the main features of the Fourier ...