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Mathematics at University of Hawaii

Pictured: Asst. Prof. Daisuke Takagi speaking to the Manoa Math Ohana.

The American Mathematical Society ranks our program among the 56 Group 2 departments, behind the 25 public and 23 private Group 1 departments. Details on the AMS ranking.

Specifically, the AMS put us in the “Math Public Small” category, together with (to mention our geographical neighbors in that category) UC Santa Cruz, UC Riverside, Oregon State, and Washington State.

Funding

National Science Foundation

Collaborative Research: Algebra and Algorithms, Structure and Complexity Theory
Ralph Freese

Dynamics, Geometry, and K-Theory
Award Number:1401126; Principal Investigator:Rufus Willett; Organization:University of Hawaii;NSF Organization:DMS Award Date:07/01/2014; Award Amount:$126,000.00.

Kernel approximation with scalable bases
Thomas Hangelbroek

11th International Conference on Computability, Complexity and Randomness
Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen (2015–2016); Award Amount:$22,480

Army Research Office

Daisuke Takagi

Simons Foundation: Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians

2015: Monique Chyba, Michelle Manes
2014: Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen
2012: Erik Guentner
2011: Pavel Guerzhoy

Some of our major past extramural funding
  • School and University Partnership for Educational Renewal in Mathematics (SUPER-M): Monique Chyba (PI), Erik Guentner, Mirjana Jovovic, Michelle Manes, and David Ross (co-PIs) have been awarded a five-year, $2.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation. For more information please go to http://math.hawaii.edu/SUPERM/
  • Leslie Wilson (PI) and Ann Castelfranco (co-PI), NSF UBM grant, $298,922, 2006-2011 (undergraduate research experiences in mathematical biology)
  • Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen, PI of NSF grant "Computability and Probability" of $\$200,000$ during 2009-2013. Kjos-Hanssen is also one of 13 co-PIs on an NSF Focused Research Group on Algorithmic Randomness, from around the country. Total cost: $\$500,000$ during 2007-2011.
  • Erik Guentner, NSF Faculty Early Career Development Award, $400,000, 2004-2010.
  • J.B. Nation, NSF CSEMS Scholarship grant, $\$396,000$, 2004-2008 (scholarships in computer science, engineering and mathematics)
  • Monique Chyba, NSF grant, 2003-2006, with the Autonomous Systems Laboratory
  • Pavel Guerzhoy, Congruences related to modular forms, NSF standard grant, 2006-2009.
See also a list of Invited Addresses.

Teaching Awards

Research Awards

Math majors nominated for Phi Beta Kappa

University and public service