The Differential Equations (DE) research group invites MS Math graduate students to work on a topic on Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) on the Complex Plane. This broad topic includes the study of the existence and uniqueness of solutions of PDEs, spaces where classes of PDEs are solvable, and the properties and the asymptotic behavior of… Continue reading
The revised Diploma in Mathematics Program has been approved! The Diploma in Mathematics program is a one-year post-baccalaureate program primarily intended to provide non-mathematics major students adequate preparation for a master’s program in mathematics. More information here. Admission to this program is through the Graduate Office of the College of Science. Watch out for announcements… Continue reading
The Differential Equations (DE) research group of IMath invites graduate (MS or PhD) students to work on a topic on homogenization. Homogenization is the study of the macroscopic behavior of microscopically heterogeneous composite materials. Composite materials are materials that are composed of two or more components, such as concrete (a periodic material), plywood (a layered… Continue reading
Congratulations to the Scientific Productivity System awardees (2020-2022) from the Institute of Mathematics! Your IMath family is proud of you!
The Institute of Mathematics announces with deep sadness the passing of retired colleague Dr. Cesar G. Tapia at the age of 73. Dr. Tapia joined the Department of Mathematics in 1970 and retired with the rank of Professor 12 in 2012. He obtained BS Math (1970) and MS Math (1976) degrees from UP Diliman and… Continue reading
There are many ways children can honor their parents. Some would commission paintings of them, others would name house rooms or private roads after them. A few would start a professorial chair in their memory, as the Baduel siblings have done. The Dr. Concesa Milan-Baduel Professorial Chair in Mathematics is an award given to distinguished… Continue reading
With deep sadness, we announce the passing of Professor Flor Cejalvo. Professor Flor V. Cejalvo joined the Department of Mathematics as Instructor in 1955 and served as regular faculty member until retirement at age 65 as Professor 11 in 1998. She continued serving the University as Professorial Lecturer for five more years. She earned BS… Continue reading
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