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Welcome to the Department of Mathematics at Tufts University, a premier research university in the Boston area. This website contains information about our degree programs, faculty research, course offerings, seminars, and more.

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Tufts University
School of Arts and Sciences
Department of Mathematics
Bromfield-Pearson Hall
503 Boston Avenue
Medford, MA 02155

Phone: 617-627-3235
Fax: 617-627-3966

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Mathematics Department

News

Professor Bruce Boghosian runs the numbers and shows that without redistribution of wealth, the rich get richer and everyone else gets poorer. Learn about Professor Boghosian and his group's findings on the Mathematics of Inequality.

Next semester Genevieve Walsh will hold the Jean-Morlet Chair at the Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques for an outstanding, innovative researcher from a non-French institution working closely with a Local project leader based at Aix-Marseille Université. The holders collaborate at an international level and develop strong synergies between laboratories, researchers, doctoral students, both across borders and within the local mathematical sciences community at large. Tufts remains the sole US institution from which an appointment to this chair was made and is one of only two institutions in the world from which two holders have been selected. Read more about the semester details and the Jean-Morlet Chair.

Tufts mathematics Ph.D. alum Aaron Brown breaks decades-old gridlock, the complex Zimmer's conjecture.

Read 'International Mobility and US Mathematics', Moon Duchin's article in Notices of the American Mathematical Society.

Professor Misha Kilmer sets a global agenda for the future of biomedical imaging. See full article in the SIAM July/August 2017 Newsletter.

Associate Professor Moon Duchin featured in Wired Magazine for her research on gerrymandering.

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Highlighted Events

2017 Norbert Wiener Lecture Series
Ken Ono, "Polya's program for the Riemann Hypothesis and related problems", December 7-8, 2017.
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On March 6, 2017, the Guterman Lecture will feature Susan Loepp, Professor of Mathematics at Williams College.
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Congratulations to Prof. Xiaozhe Hu, Mathematics graduate student Junyuan Lin, and Computer Science professors Lenore Cowen, Ben Hescott and Donna Slonim, for winning the Disease Module Identification DREAM Challenge.
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The Boston Artists Ensemble performed a concert in memory of beloved Professor Marty Guterman on September 25, 2016, at 3:00pm at St. Paul's Church in Brookline.

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