Department of Mathematics and Statistics faculty members are actively engaged in original and state-of-the-art research projects. Their results are regularly published in peer-reviewed research journals. Some faculty have been awarded federal and/or state funding for their research.
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The research faculty is organized around the five following groups.
Statistics and Probability
- Long Qu, "Distance-based variable selection for high-dimensional biological data", sub-award from Iowa State University (PI: Dan Nettleton), funded by NSF (Mathematical Biology), 2013--2016
- Thad Tarpey, "Statistical Methods for Mapping Human Brain Development", sub-award from NYU, funded by NIH (R01), 2012-2017
- Dan Slilaty, "Topological Graph Theory and Matroid Theory", funded by Simons Foundation, 2012-2017
- Ann Farrell and Sachiko Tosa, "Impact of Lesson Study as a Model of Collaborative Professional Development", funded by Ohio Department of Education, 2012-2013
- K. T. Arasu, "Algebraic Methods to Design Signals", funded by AFOSR, 2012-2015
- Michelle Reed, "Project KNOTtT 3.0: Mobilizing National Educator Talent", sub-award from OSU, funded by US Department of Education, 2011-2016
- K.T.Arasu, "REU Supplement: Algebraic Methods in the Study of Some Problems in Communication Engineering", funded by NSF, 2011-2013
- "Fully Nonlinear Equations in Complex Geometry" (PI: Q.Li), funded by NSF, 2011-2014.
- "Algebraic Methods in the Study of Some Problems in Communication Engineering" (PI: Arasu), funded by NSF, 2010-2013.
- "Implementing Lesson Study and Measuring Its Impact on Teacher Development" (co PIs: Appova, Farrell, Tosa), funded by ODE, 2010-2011.
- "Two Problems in Statistical Inference" (PI: Wang), funded by NSF, 2009-2012
- "Signal Designs via Combinatorical Designs" (PI: Arasu), funded by AFOSR, 2008-2011.
- "Project KNOTtT (Kansas, Nevada, Ohio, and Texas: Transition to Teaching)" (PI: Reed), funded through OSU, 2008-2011.
For additional information regarding research, visit individual faculty webpages.