Fourth Annual Alexanderson Lecture Given by Bruce Sagan, Stalking the Wild Fibonomial
SCU welcomes Ami Radunskaya of Pomona College for Winter 2022.
With funding from the REAL program, junior Adam Graham assisted in designing the DOxy device, inspired by his interest in computer science and his love of cars.
MMI/Barron's 2021 Award for Disruption was given to Franklin Templeton Investment's new Goals Optimization Engine (GOE) created by Dan Ostrov (Mathematics & Computer Science) and Sanjiv Das (Finance) in conjunction with Franklin Templeton.
Natalie Linnell awarded the Dr. John B. Drahmann Advising Award
Mona Musa awarded the Dr. David E. Logothetti Teaching Award
Mike Miller Eismeier is a Ritt Assistant Professor at Columbia University, where he has focused his energies on teaching in the hopes of passing forward some of that same excitement his Santa Clara professors passed on to him.
Professor Emeritus Schaefer, Junhyun Lim (Mathematics & Computer Science) and Shaunak Mashalkar (Mathematics & Computer Science and Engineering) find new methods for creating many Fibonacci pseudoprimes.
Mustafa Hajij with the Mathematics and Computer Science Department has received a $212,506 award from the National Science Foundation to support his project entitled "Collaborative Research: A Unifying Deep Learning Framework Using Cell Complex Neural Networks".
Math major Alissa LaFerriere ’21 works on University-led innovation that helps dancers to remember their steps.
Dan Ostrov, along with Sanjiv Das (Finance), Andy Radhakrishnan, and Deep Srivastav (both at Franklin Templeton Investments), had their paper "Dynamic Optimization for Multi-Goals Wealth Management" accepted by the Journal of Banking and Finance, a top tier finance journal.
Long-time professor of mathematics at Santa Clara University (SCU), Gerald L. Alexanderson, died on Wednesday, December 16, 2020. In his 60 years of service to SCU, Alexanderson played a key role in developing the Mathematics and Computer Science Department.
Alumnus Jose Acain ’06, MSME ’11 shares where life has taken him after SCU – from a trip around the world, to the stage, and beyond!
Mustafa Hajij is a new tenure-track faculty member who has joined SCU this Fall 2020.
In February 2020, Wilder Boyden presents joint research completed with Professor Frank Farris as a poster at the conference.
SCU Welcomes Carl Pomerance for Winter 2020.
Yu Yang Chee, '22 Computer Science major presents his research paper at the 9th annual IEEE International Symposium on Haptic Audio-Visual Environments & Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Levinson joins the department as a new tenure-track faculty member in the Fall of 2019.
After four years at the University of Richmond, Sara joins the department as a tenure-track faculty member in Fall 2019.
Haruto Nakai travels to IEEE Conference to present joint work completed with Professor Sukanya Manna.
SCU math majors Chaimi Lee, Ashley Zhong, and Mika Philip traveled to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln to meet professors, industry professionals, and other students who share their passion for mathematics.
In late September 2018, Professor Frank Farris gave two lectures and presented his exhibition of mathematical art at the University of the South, in Sewanee, Tennessee,
SCU Welcomes Professor Thomas F. Banchoff for Winter 2018.