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The School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is backed by internationally recognized faculty and dedicated staff members who are committed to ensuring the school meets and exceeds Arizona State University’s standards of excellence in higher education and impactful research. Our community of intellectuals are passionate about learning and solving some of the most intriguing theoretical and applied mathematical problems of today and the future.
With grants from the National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, National Security Agency and more, our mathematics and statistical sciences faculty are leading game-changing research projects. Graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to be a part of this exciting work.
The aim of Nicolas Lanchier's research is to understand the role of space in biological and social communities through the mathematical analysis of stochastic processes known as interacting particle systems. Popular examples of such models are the contact process and the voter model. These processes are ideally suited to investigate the consequences of the inclusion of space in the form of local interactions.