Many of the UT Martin mathematics and statistics faculty members are active in research. Some current areas include:
computational prime number theory
Differential Equations and Modeling
Compact Lie groups, Isometric group actions on Riemannian manifolds
bootstrapping, Edgeworth expansion, regression
simple homotopy theory
ranking & selection, nonparametric statistics, data depth and multivariate analysis
number theory / partition theory (specifically Frobenius partitions)
approximations in p-adic fields
Ordinary Differential Equations, Difference Equations, Integral Equations, Time Scales, Functional Analysis
ranking and selection procedures, Birnbaum-Saunders fatigue life distribution, statistical computing/consulting
combinatorics, graph theory, graph labeling
positive definite functions, reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces, geometry of metric measure and discrete spaces.
combinatorics, graph theory, decompositions of graphs & digraphs, connectivity properties of graphs
Listed below are web pages associated with the academic interests of some of the UT Martin mathematics faculty.