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Stories tagged with "department of mathematical sciences"

Faculty Profile
June 22, 2016
The circadian rhythms that harmonize our behavior with the daily cycle of light and dark, and with seasonal change, are among the most powerful physiological forces that we experience each day... read more!
Student Profile
May 6, 2016
Andres Alban aspired to attend a university with strong science and engineering programs where he also could continue playing tennis. For Alban, an Albert Dorman Honors College scholar who will... read more!
Faculty Profile
March 1, 2016
Research for National Defense, Environmental InsightSince coming to NJIT in 1994, Professor Eliza Michalopoulou has been listening to the world’s oceans, researching how new knowledge about... read more!
Student Profile
September 24, 2015
The world is awash in data increasingly important for progress in science and technology. Often referred to collectively as “big data,” this massive fund of information can pose... read more!
Alumni Profile
August 24, 2015
Jeremy Carlo graduated summa cum laude from the Honors College in 2001 with dual degrees in applied physics and applied mathematics. He then received his Ph.D in physics from Columbia University,... read more!
Faculty Profile
April 29, 2015
Professor of Mathematical Sciences Michael Siegel will be spending part of a forthcoming sabbatical year in Sweden taking a close look at some important problematic boundaries —... read more!
Scene & Heard
August 26, 2014
Evolution has harmonized the behavior of humans and all other mammals with fundamental rhythms of life that include the cycle of light and dark experienced each day and with seasonal change. The... read more!
Scene & Heard
July 8, 2014
Math experts representing the academic community and four major corporations gathered on campus during the last week of June for an intensive five-day workshop focused on applying the power of... read more!