Research

We do active research in algebra, analysis, approximation theory, combinatorics, geometry & topology, mathematical biology and numerical and computational mathematics.

How about a Math Degree?

Are you a keen problem solver? Interested in puzzles? You might be ready for an undegraduate degree in Mathematics.

Graduate studies

Looking for deeper knowledge? The University of Manitoba offers Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Mathematics.

Need Help?

Visit the math help centre at 412 Machray Hall.

News & Events

October
18

Intermediate R

October 18 13:00 — 16:00

This workshop is at an intermediate level of R and provides hands-on experience. Basic knowledge in R

Social Insects - Dr. Stephen Pratt

October 18 15:30 — 16:30

Join Stephen Pratt for a Faculty of Science Interdisciplinary Lecture. Dr. Pratt studies the emergence of complex social behavior in leaderless

 
22

Working Group seminar: Tyrone Ghaswala: “Surfaces Of Infinite Type and The Surviving Arc Graph”

13:30, 418 Machray Hall

 
25

Intermediate Python

October 25 13:00 — 16:00

This workshop is at an intermediate level of Python and provides hands-on experience. Basic knowledge in Python is recommended. View the full event details here: https://eventscalendar.umanitoba.ca/site/science/event/intermediate-python/

Combinatorics seminar: Alex Cameron: “TBA”

15:30, 418 Machray Hall

November
01

Dr. Justin Nodwell

November 1 15:30 — 16:30

Join the Faculty of Science for an exciting talk with biochemist

 
11

Remembrance Day

(University Closed)

 
13

Data Science Conference - Pre-Conference Workshop on "Blang" : Tools for Bayesian data science

November 13 15:00 — 17:00

Must register for full-conference at: TBA. Limited to first 45 registrants.

"Blang" : Tools for Bayesian data science and probabilistic exploration with Dr. Alexandre Bouchard-Côté

 
14

Colloquium talk: Anthony Bonato: “Modeling Adversaries in Networks”

14:30, 205 Armes

 
15

Advanced Programming in Python with Applications

November 15 13:00 — 16:00

This workshop is at an advanced level of Python and provides hands-on experience. Good knowledge in Python is recommended. View the full event details here: https://eventscalendar.umanitoba.ca/site/science/event/advanced-programming-in-python-with-applications/