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  What is Applied Mathematics?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Applied (or perhaps Applicable) Mathematics consists of mathematical techniques and results, including those from "pure" math areas such as (abstract) algebra or algebraic topology, which are used to assist in the investigation of problems or questions originating outside of mathematics.
Thus a distinction between applied and pure mathematics is one of the interest and purpose of the practitioner, it is not a fixed dichotomy or division of the subject areas of mathematics.
Applied mathematical and computational sciences is a name used to encompass the many analytical and numerical methods used to solve certain types of scientific problems.
kirk.math.twsu.edu /appliedmath.html   (2558 words)

 NJIT - Graduate Programs: Mathematics
Applied Mathematics is the application of classical and modern mathematical techniques to the solution of practical problems in the physical and biological sciences and engineering.
The applied mathematician develops and analyzes mathematical models of physical and biological phenomena and engineering systems, interprets solutions to mathematical problems and uses the results to identify relationships, patterns, and the effects of altering one or more variables or modeling assumptions.
The Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, with its areas of specialization in analysis, applied mathematics, computational methods, and mathematical biology is designed to serve the needs of students who may be interested in pursuing a doctoral degree in the mathematical, physical, or biological sciences.
catalog.njit.edu /graduate/programs/mathematics.php   (2760 words)

Applied mathematicians, on the other hand, use theories and techniques, such as mathematical modeling and computational methods, to formulate and solve practical problems in business, government, and engineering and in the physical, life, and social sciences.
Applied mathematicians start with a practical problem, envision the separate elements of the process under consideration, and then reduce the elements to mathematical variables.
In early 2005, the average annual salary for mathematicians employed by the Federal Government in supervisory, nonsupervisory, and managerial positions was $88,194; that for mathematical statisticians was $91,446; and for cryptanalysts the average was $70,774.
www.bls.gov /oco/ocos043.htm   (1727 words)

 DEAS - Research - Applied Mathematics
Applied mathematics focuses on the creation and study of mathematical and computational tools broadly applicable in science and engineering, and on their use in solving challenging problems in these and related fields.
The interdisciplinary setting at Harvard provides an ideal environment for applied mathematics research, with research occurring both within, and at the boundaries of many different fields, using a variety of mathematical and computational tools.
Applied Mathematics research at Harvard occurs both within DEAS as well in the Departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Economics.
www.deas.harvard.edu /research/appliedmathematics   (106 words)

 Applied mathematics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Engineering mathematics and mathematical physics describe physical processes, and so are often indistinguishable from theoretical physics.
Traditionally the subject mechanics was often taught in departments of applied mathematics in American universities rather than in physics departments.
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics is a professional society dedicated to promoting the interaction between mathematics and other scientific and technical communities.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Applied_mathematics   (462 words)

 Rensselaer Department of Mathematical Sciences
Our aim is to train individuals in mathematics, both as a subject in itself and as a discipline to aid in the development of other social and scientific fields.
In particular, Rensselaer’s department of Mathematical Sciences is one of the few in the country with a strong faculty orientation toward applications of mathematics.
This emphasis is reflected in the many courses dealing with areas of mathematical applications, and in the applied flavor with which department faculty typically teach undergraduate courses.
www.math.rpi.edu   (334 words)

 Applied Mathematics Department - Brown University (via CobWeb/3.1 pl2.cs.utk.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University is one of the most prominent departments at Brown, and is also one of the oldest and strongest of its type in the country.
The Division of Applied Mathematics is a world renowned center of research activity in a wide spectrum of traditional and modern mathematics.
The principal areas of research activities are ordinary, functional, and partial differential equations: stochastic control theory; applied probability, statistics and stochastic systems theory; neuroscience and computational biology; numerical analysis and scientific computation; and the mechanics of solids, materials science and fluids.
www.dam.brown.edu.cob-web.org:8888   (221 words)

 SUNYIT Applied Math
Applied Mathematics employs a variety of mathematical methods and techniques to explore, describe, and predict the behavior of scientific, industrial, and engineering phenomena.
Applied Mathematics appeals to individuals interested in applying their mathematical interests and skills to real-world problems.
Applied mathematicians have the skills needed to pursue careers as statisticians, demographics analysts, scientific programmers, cryptographers, biological systems analysts, statistical forecasters, computer modeling consultants, reliability analysts, and aerospace systems analysts.
www.math.sunyit.edu   (170 words)

 Applied Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The language, tools and theorems of mathematics are applied in a vast range of disciplines within engineering and computer science, the physical sciences, the biomedical sciences, management and economics, psychology, etc. As a field of study and research applied mathematics lies at the borderline between mathematics and its applications.
While not easily defined with any great precision applied mathematics involves the application of interesting mathematical tools to significant applied problems or to the development of novel mathematics adapted to particular applications.
Nilima Nigam): Computational mathematical sciences are now having a huge impact on the biological sciences, from models of disease-spread to gene transcription to evolutionary biology.
www.math.mcgill.ca /department/appliedmath.php   (625 words)

 Applied Math Website - Welcome to the Department of Applied Mathematics
The Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Colorado at Boulder serves a number of different purposes.
In addition there are 30 affiliated faculty members who are applied mathematicians in other departments throughout the university.
The Department sponsors a weekly colloquium and number of weekly research seminars on fields which are of current research interest in applied mathematics with internationally renowned experts from universities and laboratories lecturing.
amath.colorado.edu   (227 words)

 Applied Mathematics at Texas A&M University
Applied Mathematics at Texas aandM University is diverse and highly interdisciplinary.
Control Theory is a major research area of both applied mathematics and engineering spanning applications as diverse as the control of space vehicles and the active and passive damping of buildings and bridges in order to improve their earthquake tolerance.
Applied Mechanics refers to applied contiuum mechanics and encompasses classical fluid dynamics, solid mechanics, thermo-mechanics, etc. Our research activities in applied mechanics are highly interdisciplinary involving mathematicians working in collaboration with colleagues from engineering, material science, geoscience, economics, medicine and the life sciences.
www.math.tamu.edu /~jay.walton/applied.html   (481 words)

 APPLIED MATHEMATICS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Applied mathematics concerns the application of mathematical tools and processes to the solution of problems of practical interest to society.
Interpretation of the mathematical solution in terms of the original physical problem and assessment of the validity of the solution in light of any approximations that have been.
The successful student whose major is applied mathematics should be well equipped for a variety of interesting career possibilities including university positions, industrial applied mathematics, and research in national laboratories.
as.wm.edu /Modeling.html   (202 words)

 MIT OpenCourseWare | Mathematics
An undergraduate degree in mathematics provides an excellent basis for graduate work in mathematics or computer science, or for employment in such mathematics-related fields as systems analysis, operations research, or actuarial science.
Because the career objectives of undergraduate mathematics majors are so diverse, each undergraduate's program is individually arranged through collaboration between the student and his or her faculty advisor.
There are three undergraduate programs that lead to the degree Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics: a General Mathematics Option, an Applied Mathematics Option for those who wish to specialize in that aspect of mathematics, and a Theoretical Mathematics Option for those who expect to pursue graduate work in pure mathematics.
ocw.mit.edu /OcwWeb/Mathematics/index.htm   (408 words)

 Illinois Institute of Technology - Applied Mathematics Department: Graduate Degrees
The Department of Applied Mathematics three graduate degree programs with the opportunity for study and research in the four areas of: applied analysis, computational mathematics, discrete applied mathematics, and stochastics.
This is a collaborative program between the Stuart Graduate School of Business and the Applied Mathematics Department and as such, it will give the students the chance to benefit from the strength of both units.
Candidates whose degree is in another field (for example, computer science, physics, or engineering) and whose background in mathematics is strong are also eligible for admission and are encouraged to apply.
www.math.iit.edu /academics/grad_degrees.html   (1413 words)

AMATH 352 Applied Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis (3) NW Development and application of numerical methods and algorithms to problems in the applied sciences and engineering.
AMATH 383 Introduction to Continuous Mathematical Modeling (3) NW Introductory survey of applied mathematics with emphasis on modeling of physical and biological problems in terms of differential equations.
Mathematical modeling in the biomedical sciences (mainly ecology, epidemiology, and zoology).
www.washington.edu /students/crscat/appmath.html   (1999 words)

 Center for Applied Mathematics, Cornell University
From the student's point of view, the Applied Mathematics graduate program offers not only the opportunity to work at a major university, but flexibility and accommodation to individual needs and interests.
Applied Mathematics is one of the most diverse graduate fields; the range of possibilities of graduate research encompasses the areas of specialization of all the faculty members in the field, who currently number more than eighty.
As a Cornell graduate student in applied mathematics, you will find a culture of respect and trust and a collegial atmosphere in which to study and that encourages you to excel.
www.cam.cornell.edu   (422 words)

 Mathematics B.S. and Minor
Mathematics is a broad field of study that is foundational to many areas of Science and Engineering.
Before registering for any course in Mathematics, a student must either have met all prerequisites and be enrolled in all corequisites, passed the appropriate placement examinations, or have obtained permission from the Chair of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department.
Any student majoring in Mathematics and desiring a minor in another field should consult his or her advisor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science as early in his or her program of study as possible.
www.hpcnet.org /cgi-bin/global/a_bus_card.cgi?SiteID=231445   (1771 words)

 DEAS - Undergraduate Study - Applied Mathematics
Flexible programs allow students to concentrate in applied mathematics with a specialization in areas of application such as biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, decision and control, economics, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, geophysical sciences, mechanical engineering, physics, scientific computing, social and behavioral sciences, and statistics.
Many students prepare for graduate work either in applied mathematics or in the particular discipline in which they expect to work.
Applied Mathematics is especially appealing to those who prefer solving problems, not just learning mathematical theory.
www.deas.harvard.edu /undergradstudy/appliedmathematics/index.html   (378 words)

 St. Lawrence University: Economics-Mathematics
The disciplines of economics and mathematics are closely related in many respects.
Economics has relied heavily on mathematical analysis in the development of economic theory, while mathematics has provided solutions to optimization and control problems posed by economists.
To introduce important areas of economics and applied mathematics to students whose primary interest is mathematics or computer science.
web.stlawu.edu /programs/economics-mathematics.html   (275 words)

 Amazon.com: Applied Mathematics: Books: J. David Logan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The goal of the book is to introduce applied mathematics, especially some of the more modern topics to senior and beginning graduate students.
One of the best things about this book is that it is really an "applied mathematics" book--in the sense that it not only presents mathematical theory, but it does so in a way that prepares the reader to use the mathematics in real applications.
Much of so-called "applied mathematics" is painfully theoretical and does not deserve the name.
www.amazon.com /Applied-Mathematics-J-David-Logan/dp/0471165131   (1206 words)

 Mathematics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The HPU Applied Mathematics Major is an interdisciplinary major that has applications to the physical sciences, statistics, medical research, biological research, environmental studies, economics, actuarial science, teaching operations research, management science, the behavioral and social sciences, education research, and computer science.
Apply mathematical problem-solving skills to a variety of real-world problems.
Employ appropriate research methods in exploring mathematical skills and their use in problem solving.
www.hpu.edu /index.cfm?section=undergrad2575   (220 words)

Our department, situated in the USC College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, is home to approximately 35 regular faculty members and another 15 post-doctoral researchers and visiting scholars working at the frontiers of pure and applied mathematics and statistics.
The department has graduate programs leading to the Masters and Ph.D. degrees in pure and applied mathematics and offers specialized professional Masters degrees in financial mathematics, bioinformatics, and statistics.
In addition, we have undergraduate programs leading to Bachelors of Arts and Bachelors of Science degrees in both Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, and we offer a combined undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Economics.
www.usc.edu /schools/college/mathematics   (136 words)

 U.N.R. Mathematics Department
Mathematics is a diverse subject, which has applications in many endeavors.
A mathematics major provides a solid background for actuarial science, computer careers, professional schools, and graduate study as well as teaching.
The Electronic Library of Mathematics Mathematical Journals (these are freely available).
www.unr.edu /cos/math   (338 words)

 Department of Mathematics
The Purdue Department of Mathematics is one of the seven departments of Purdue's College of Science and consists of approximately 65 professors who are actively involved in the latest developments of every major area of mathematics.
The Department is one of the leading mathematical establishments in the United States and has earned an international reputation for its research and teaching excellence.
Mathematics faculty research interests can be found within the Purdue University Research Expertise directory.
www.math.purdue.edu   (135 words)

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