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January 2, 2018

The department is saddened by the death of Tsuneo Tamagawa, Andrew W. Phillips Professor Emeritus of Mathematics on December 30, 2017 at the age of 92. Tamagawa was widely known in the mathematics field for his fundamental contributions to research on the arithmetic aspects of classical groups, which involve mathematical theories having their roots in geometry. Perhaps his most celebrated achievement was his synthesis of the so-called “Tamagawa Number,” which opened new areas of thought in a field that had been worked over heavily by number theorists for generations. His articles on mathematical theory were published in journals in both Japan and the United States.

June 30, 2017

The department is saddened by the death of our colleague William Massey on June 17, at the age of 96.
A service will be held on Friday June 23 at 2:00 pm at the Unitarian Church on 700 Hartford Turnpike in Hamden.

May 5, 2017

The department is saddened by the death of George Daniel Mostow, Henry Ford II Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, on April 4, 2017.
Funeral Services will be held at Congregation B'nai Jacob, 75 Rimmon Rd., Woodbridge Thursday afternoon, April 6th at 2 PM.

April 10, 2017

On April 6, 2017, the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation approved the awarding of 173 Guggenheim Fellowships to a diverse group of scholars, artists, and scientists. Appointed on the basis of prior achievement and exceptional promise, the successful candidates were chosen from a group of almost 3,000 applicants in the Foundation’s ninety-third competition.

January 25, 2017

The Department of Mathematics is pleased to announce the 2017 Summer Undergraduate Mathematics Research at Yale (SUMRY).

November 14, 2016

Congratulations to Florencia Orosz for having been selected to receive one of the “Austin B. Creel Trust Awards”. This award, to honor the life and legacy of Yale alumnus, Austin B. Creel, class of 1959.

October 17, 2016

It all adds up: Sundays + Math Mornings = a formula for fun
The mathematical mind does not take weekends off.