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

February
18

Reading Week

February 18 – February 22 (No classes)

Louis Riel Day

(University Closed)

 
21

Data Visualization using R: Statistical Graphs and Animation

February 21 13:00 — 16:30

This workshop will introduce data visualization methods using R and provide hands-on experience. Participants will learn how to use R graphic systems and visualization and animation tools to produce important ...

 
22

How is Science

February 22 15:30 — 16:30

How is Science

 
26

MATH 1210 MATH 1210 Midterm

17:45

MATH 1220 A01 MATH 1220 Midterm

17:45

 
27

FA 1020/MATH 1020 Midterm

17:45

 
28

Graduate Student seminar: Dinamo Djounvouna: “TBA”

14:30, 115 Armes

Graduate Student seminar: Gurjyot Kaur: “TBA”

15:00, 115 Armes

March
01

Colloquium talk: Dave Morris: “Quasi-isometric bounded generation”

14:30, 111 Armes

Combinatorics seminar: Rob Craigen: “Orthogonal matrices with zero diagonal”

15:30, 418 Machray Hall

 
06

MATH 1300 Midterm

17:45

 
07

Graduate Student seminar: Deokro Lee: “TBA”

14:30, 115 Armes

Graduate Student seminar: Yu Li: “TBA”

15:00, 115 Armes

MATH 1700 Midterm

17:45

 
08

Colloquium talk: Morgan Craig

14:30, 111 Armes

 
14

Graduate Student seminar: Suraj Srinivasan: “TBA”

14:30, 115 Armes

Graduate Student seminar: Ruoxin Zhao: “TBA”

15:00, 115 Armes

PIMS UManitoba Distinguished Lecture: Ilse C.F. Ipsen

March 14 16:00 — 18:00

An Introduction to Randomized Algorithms for Matrix Computations View the full event details here: https://eventscalendar.umanitoba.ca/site/science/event/pims-umanitoba-distinguished-lecture-ilse-cf-ipsen/

PIMS lecture: Ilse C.F. Ipsen: “An Introduction to Randomized Algorithms for Matrix Computations”

16:00, Robert Schultz Lecture Theatre

 
15

Faculty of Science Talk: Dr. Juliette Legler

March 15 15:30 — 16:30

The Faculty of Science 2018/2019 Interdisciplinary speaker series: Fundamental Science the Launchpad to Innovation. Guest Speaker: Dr. Juliette Legler

Combinatorics seminar: William Kocay: “TBA”

15:30, 418 Machray Hall

News

PIMS Interview with Ty Ghaswala

Tyrone Ghaswala is a PIMS sponsored postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Manitoba. Originally from Perth in Western Australia, Ty completed ...