Research

We do active research in algebra, analysis, approximation theory, combinatorics, geometry & topology, mathematical biology and numerical and computational mathematics.

How about a Math Degree?

Are you a keen problem solver? Interested in puzzles? You might be ready for an undegraduate degree in Mathematics.

Graduate studies

Looking for deeper knowledge? The University of Manitoba offers Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Mathematics.

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news & Events

September
20

Introduction to R

This workshop introduces R and provides hands-on experience. Participants will learn how to program with R interactively, and how to...

Location: 311 Machray Hall,University of Manitoba - Fort Garry,Machray Hall 186 Dysart Road Winnipeg MB

 
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Introduction to Python

This workshop introduces Python and provides hands-on experience. No prior knowledge in Python is required.

Location: University of Manitoba - Fort Garry,Machray Hall 186 Dysart Road Winnipeg MB

October
18

Intermediate R

This workshop is at an intermediate level of R and provides hands-on experience. Basic knowledge in R, RStudio and Statistics...

Location: University of Manitoba - Fort Garry,Machray Hall 186 Dysart Road Winnipeg MB

 
25

Intermediate Python

This workshop is at an intermediate level of Python and provides hands-on experience. Basic knowledge in Python is recommended.

Location: University of Manitoba - Fort Garry,Machray Hall 186 Dysart Road Winnipeg MB

November
13

Data Science Conference - Pre-Conference Workshop on "Blang" : Tools for Bayesian data science

Must register for full-conference at: TBA. Limited to first 45 registrants. "Blang" : Tools for Bayesian data science and probabilistic...

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“Simple, Yet Powerful”: Mathematician Jane Breen Wins Distinguished Dissertation Award for Work with Markov Chains

The relationship between a graduate student and a supervisor is a tricky thing. While it’s crucial for the student to have sufficient space and time to investigate their own interests, it’s equally important for the supervisor to ensure their protégé isn’t wasting precious time and resources chasing dead ends. Jane Breen (Ph.D., Math ’18) considers...

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Modeling networks

Growing up, Steve Kirkland wasn’t very interested in math. It’s an irony not lost on the man now heading the UofM’s Department of Mathematics. More interested in theatre and performing in school plays, it wasn’t until the end of Grade 7 when Kirkland’s teacher suggested that he and a few of his class-mates study independently,...

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New Data Science Centre – NEXUS at the U of M

The Faculty of Science announced today that it has formed, Data Science NEXUS, a new data science research centre. NEXUS will lead innovation and discovery in data science, an emerging field that is quickly shaping and reshaping our world. NEXUS aims to aid the U of M and the province in remaining competitive on the global...

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MathCamp 2019

The University of Manitoba is offering its eighteenth summer camp for mathematically interested and talented grade nine and ten students. The purpose of the camp is to enable students to pursue knowledge in a subject they enjoy, in an environment that encourages and fosters such pursuits. Selected participants will gain knowledge and skills, emphasizing problem...