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Research and More

Faculty members in the modeling and computation track are actively involved in research areas which include computational neuroscience, magnetic resonance imaging and satellite communications.  They have obtained grants from the National Aerospace and Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support their research. 

Faculty members regularly work with students in their projects and have found funding for students from their research grants.  Research is a wonderful way to use the ideas from courses in a “real world” situation.  Faculty members work with students in research projects which often lead to publications and presentations by students at local and national meetings.

The industrial relevance of applied mathematics can be seen through the industrial projects in which faculty serve as consultants and the patents they obtain from their inventions.