We work with applied and fundamental aspects of mathematical disciplines. We regard the synergy between the two aspects as crucial for the future developments of mathematical areas at an international level.
Application areas include communication theory, physics and nano technology, computer science, data protection, economics, biogeography, forensic genetics, psychology, life sciences and the health area.
Mathematical disciplines being studied include areas like mathematical analysis, mathematical physics, topology, geometry, coding theory, information theory, probability theory, statistics, econometrics, biostatistics, Bayesian statistics, simulation methods.
The department is organized in the sections:
- Mathematics (Head of section: Horia Cornean)
- Statistics/Mathematical Economics (Head of section: Rasmus Waagepetersen)
The most recent research evaluation covers the period 2000-2010.