Dr Hermann Eberl uses Mathematical Science to model biofilm process performance, for example, in wastewater treatment or soil remediation.
Dr. Ayesha Ali uses Mathematical Science to understand why certain pollinators prefer specific plants and how this information can be used to sustain their ecosystem and influence conservation policy.
Dr. David Kribs, Dr. Rajesh Pereira and Dr. Bei Zeng use Mathematical Science to understand the power of quantum mechanical effects to perform, more quickly and efficiently than any computer today, tasks such as code-breaking, list searching, and securely transmitting data.
Dr. Monica Cojocaru uses Mathematical Science to determine the factors that affect consumer adoption of new eco-friendly products.
Dr. Herb Kunze uses Mathematical Science to design neural networks that can be used to solve grid-based games such as Sudoku and KenKen.
Dr. Steve Gismondi uses Mathematical Science to study problems the field of classical and quantum complexity theory, specifically examining the complexity gap between solving and problem and verifying its solution.
Dr. Kim Herder uses Mathematical Science to develop efficient and fast methods for modelling how beams behave under loads and other stresses.
Dr. Dan Ashlock uses Mathematical Science as part of a global effort to perfect the design of stoves for economically disadvantaged people in Central America.
Dr. Dan Ashlock uses Mathematical Science to develop software that can be trained, from examples, to spot DNA with different functions or origins.
Dr. Anna Lawniczak and Dr. Dan Ashlock each use Mathematical Science to design algorithms and systems that can be used to model and predict many important natural phenomena.