Research Projects
The Institute of Mathematics has 24 research staff specializing in the most important areas of mathematics. Recent research projects cover the following areas:
Applied Mathematics and Analysis: Nonlinear partial differential equations, kinetic theory, geometric analysis, dynamical systems.
Geometry and Mathematical physics: Complex geometry, knot theory, integrable systems.
Combinatorical Mathematics and Applications: Graph theory, combinatorial model theory, finite group theory and applications.
Probability Theory and Applications: Stochastic analysis, financial mathematics.
Number Theory and Algebra: Arithmetic geometry, diophantine problem, commutative algebra, representation theory.
Computing Mathematics
Research Achievements

 Applied Mathematics
 Analysis
 Geometry
 Algebra
 Combinatorial Mathematics
 Probability Theory
