As of 2011, the Department of Mathematics has 18 full-time faculty specializing in various fields, performing research in algebra, number theory, complex function theory, applied analysis, geometric topology, differential geometry, minimal surface theory, probability theory, queueing theory, optimization theory, game theory and fluid dynamics. Below is a description of some faculty research interests.
|Choe, Boo Rim
|Univariable or multi-variable complex function theory, operator theory in function space, harmonic function theory, Hardy space, Bergman space, Block space, BMOA space, harmonic analysis
|Minimal surfaces modeled from soap film and Riemannian/Lorentzian manifolds modeled after real-world spaces
|Computational fluid dynamics and mathematical finance scientific computing (computational fluid dynamics, mathematical finance)
|Geometric function theory, Riemannian geometry, and geometry in singular spaces; geometric problems related to real-world problems, graphics or data processing
|Research in various fields of natural sciences, medical engineering, and financial engineering based on partial differential equations, numerical analysis, and computer programming algorithms
|Functional analysis of harmonic functions and complex functions; research on Toeplitz operators and composition operations in Berman space or Hardy space
The department seeks to attain higher standards of education and research by recruiting outstanding full-time faculty. Every year, post-doctoral researchers and visiting professors actively engage in research at the Department of Mathematics.