# News

## Lecture Series, October 10-13, 2017

Speaker: Francois Charles (Universite’ Paris-Sud, Orsay) Title: Algebraic cycles and Arakelov geometry Time: Tuesday, October 10, 9-10:30am Behrakis 204 Wednesday, October 11, 5-6:30pm Cargill 097 Friday, October 13, 10-11:30am Ryder 155 Abstract: Arakelov geometry gives a way to work geometrically with schemes defined over the integers. We will discuss some applications of Arakelov geometry to some problems in algebraic cycles and periods, trying to […]

## Two New Faculty Positions

The Department of Mathematics is accepting applications at the Assistant/Associate Professor level in Mathematics . Outstanding candidates in all areas of Pure and Applied Mathematics are encouraged to apply and will be seriously considered. The Department of Mathematics and the College of Computer and Information Science (CCIS), at Northeastern University invite applications for an open tenure-track/tenured faculty […]

## Bi-Annual conference on Algebraic Geometry is coming to Northeastern

This October, Northeastern University’s Department of Mathematics will be hosting the bi-annual AGNES (Algebraic Geometry Northeastern Series) Conference, the largest conference in the U.S. for graduate students in algebraic geometry.

## Northeastern Math Professor Named an NEF Fellow

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Jonathan Esole, from the Department of Mathematics, for being named a Next Einstein Fellow. The Next Einstein Forum’s Fellow (NEF) is a select program that recognizes Africa’s best young scientists and technologists. The NEF Fellowship provides the opportunity for scientific career advancement and to be an inspiration to the next generation of […]

## Northeastern math professors bridge the gap for high school calculus programs

A successful summer of the Bridge to Calculus Program has brought over 100 high school students to Northeastern’s campus as they prepare for advanced math classes for their senior year.

## Northeastern math professor begins new NSF-funded research on moduli spaces

Math Professor Ana-Maria Castravet’s research project on moduli spaces of rational curves has just been approved by the National Science Foundation, and she is eager to get to work.

## Math professors secure $2M NSF award

The $2.2 million award aims to recruit and train young people by engaging them in research in algebraic geometry and representation theory. The project involves all levels of education, from undergraduate to postdoctoral studies.

## Position for Part Time Lecturer in Applied Mathematics

This position involves teaching one to six courses per year in applied mathematics contingent upon enrollment, funding, and departmental need. Successful applicants would be expected to teach new courses in applied mathematics. Specific areas of interest for the department are Statistics, Data Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Financial Mathematics. The Part-Time Lecturer would participate […]

## NSF award for Focused Research Group in Algebraic Geometry.

The National Science Foundation has awarded the multi-institutional Focused Research Group grant “FRG: Collaborative Research: Moduli Spaces, Birational Geometry, and Stability Conditions” (August 1, 2017 to July 31, 2020) to Professor Emanuele Macri (Principal Investigator), together with co-PI’s at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Penn State University, and University of Utah. The topic of the project is to study moduli spaces of […]

## Simons Foundation Research Awards for Mathematics Faculty

The Simons Foundation has awarded five year Collaboration Grants separately to Professors Gabor Lippner and Peter Topalov. Both awards will commence in September 2017 and will support collaborations with other research groups in the US and around the world. Professor Lippner’s award is titled “Analytic methods in Graph Theory” and Professor Topalov’s award is titled “Non-linear PDEs […]