The University of Guelph is launching a new hub for artificial intelligence to grapple with ethical questions amidst growing concern around issues of privacy, bias and human-machine interaction.
As a Graduate Student with the Department of Mathematics & Statistics in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences,
The Department is proud to announce that Dr. Matt Demers has been selected to give the 2018 Faculty Last Lecture.
The Last Lecture offers graduating students an opportunity to come together and reflect upon their experiences at Guelph, bring closure to the time that they have spent here, and celebrate their many accomplishments both inside and outside of the classroom. The event features an address by a graduating student who has competed for the honour, a distinguished alumnus, and a faculty member will also offer words of inspiration to the Class of 2018.
The Department is thrilled to announce that Professor Gerarda Darlington will be awarded the 2018 John Bell Award.
The John Bell Award recognizes outstanding contributions to university education at the University of Guelph. The award is made in honour of Professor John Bell who served the University with distinction from 1972 to 1987.
The Math & Stats club set up an Escape Room this past weekend at College Royal. The event was extremely popular with our campus guests and the sign-in sheet was filled almost immediately! The club won First Prize among all CEPS club displays! Congratulations!!
If you are interested in applying for Graduate Studies in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Guelph, the next regular entry point for all graduate programs is September 2018.
In order to receive full consideration for funding, applications should be received no later than February 15, 2018. Funding may be limited for applications received after that date.
Visit the Graduate Application Checklist for information on how to apply!
The Department of Mathematics & Statistics is seeking candidates for a full-time, tenure-track (12 months per year) research-intensive faculty position in Computational Statistics at the Assistant Professor level. The position will be in support of the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) project Food from Thought, Agricultural Systems for a Healthy Planet.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Anna Lawniczak has been awarded a 2018 Fellowship of the Engineering Institute of Canada for excellence in engineering and services to the profession and to society.
We are pleased to announce that Professor David Kribs was invited to give the prestigious Douglas Lectures at Texas A&M University in October 2017.
We are pleased to announced that Department of Mathematics and Statistics Associate Professor Allan Willms, University Professor Emeritus William Langford and collaborator Petko Kitanov have had their paper "Huygens’ clocks revisited" accepted for publication in the prestigious Royal Society Open Science.