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Vern Paulsen Featured Article: Vern Paulsen
Professor Paulsen does research on operator algebras, frame theory and quantum information and computing(QIC). His research on QIC took him to the Isaac Newton Institute at Cambridge University where he was a Visiting Fellow in Fall 2013.
Suncica Canic Briefing Air Force Awards Young Investigator Program Grant to UH Mathematics Professor
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research awarded a three-year grant to University of Houston assistant professor of mathematics Daniel Onofrei as part of their Young Investigator Program
Suncica Canic Briefing UH Mathematics Researcher Delivers Annual Congressional Briefing

University of Houston Cullen Distinguished Professor Suncica "Sunny" Canic gives the annual briefing on mathematics to Congress on December 6, 2011.
Glowinski USACM award Glowinski receives USACM Computational Fluid Dynamics Award

Given every two years by the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics, the award recognizes outstanding and sustained contributions.
arp award ARP Award

UH Math Professors awarded grant to improve echocardiogram interpretation.
mathematical biology Coordinating Board approves Natural Science & Mathematics Program in Mathematical Biology

The Texas Coordinating Board has approved a new Bachelor of Science program in Mathematical Biology at the University of Houston. The program officially begins in Fall 2010 and is jointly administered by the departments of Mathematics and department of Biology & Biochemistry.
neuro_science Featured Article: Krešimir Josić

Krešimir Josić works in several areas of mathematical biology and applied dynamics. His work in this area has appeared in journals like Nature, Neural Computation and the Journal of Computational Neuroscience.
research image Featured Article: Bernhard Bodmann

Bernhard Bodmann's research focuses on harmonic and functional analysis and related design problems in signal communications and signal processing.
wsj Article on Wall Street Journal proclaims Math #1

Wall Street Journal article proclaims Mathematics to be the #1 profession.
image analysis Featured Article: Manos Papadakis

Manos Papadakis works on developing tools for harnessing latent information in 3D image data sets using wavelets and other multiscale representations combined with sophisticated classification algorithms. His methods have a great impact in the applications of cardiovascular imaging and neuroscience.
S. Canic Mathematical Medicine

Suncica Canic is a mathematician, not a medical doctor, but her research could save the lives of heart patients.
M Ru Featured Article: Min Ru

Min Ru has a broad range of research interests, including complex analysis, differential geometry and number theory. He has made important contributions in these fields, and his work has been published in leading mathematical journals.
teach Houston program Bull's-eye: Programs targeting Math, Science teacher shortage may get boost

National Math and Science Initiative Names UH as Potential Recipient of $2.4 Million Grant to Replicate UTeach
teach Houston program teachHOUSTON: graduate with teacher certification

If you are an undergraduate who wants to teach mathematics, science or computer science at the middle or high school level, then teachHOUSTON is a program for you.