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

January
21

Applied & Computational Math Seminar: Lorenzo Livi: “Multistability In Input-Driven Recurrent Neural Networks”

13:30, Math Board Room Machray Hall

Rings and Modules Seminar: Bob Quackenbush: “The algebra of Steiner systems”

14:40, 415 Machray Hall

 
30

Colloquium Talk: Michael Doob: “Where Is Our Mathematical Publishing Headed, Or What's Wrong With LaTex, Anyway?”

14:30, 527 Buller

 
31

Combinatorics Seminar: Bob Quackenbush: “The model theory of planes I”

14:30, 418 Machray Hall

February
07

Colloquium Talk: Derek Krepski: “Prairie Math Colloquium”

15:00, 201 Armes