The Department of Mathematics of the University of Toronto is located in its main campus, St. George, at the Bahen Centre for Information Technology. With 43 faculty members, UofT has provided students with one of the greatest mathematics programs for over 150 years. UofT's Department of Mathematics also ranks among the top 15 departments across North America and is home to Canada's leading research centre for mathematics.
Professor Arthur's research focuses on the representations of Lie groups
Automorphic Forms Representations of Lie Groups
Professor Buchweitz researches Commutative and Homological Algebra and Algebraic Geometry, Singularity Theory
Commutative Algebra Algebraic Geometry Singularities
Coxeter Assistant Professor
Maxime Fortier Bourque's research focuses on Teichmüller theory
Teichmüller theory Hyperbolic Geometry Complex Analysis and Potential Theory
Professor Herzig specializes in number theory
Number Theory Serre's Conjecture Galois Representations Automorphic Forms p-adic Hodge Theory Mod p and p-adic Langlands program
Professor Karshon's research focuses on symplectic geometry
Symplectic Geometry Equivariant topology
Konstantin Khanin's research interests currently include dynamical systems, statistical mechanics, turbulence, and mathematical physics
Dynamical Systems Ergodic Theory Probability Theory Statistical Mechanics Turbulence Theory Mathematical Physics
Jeremy Quastel researches probability, stochastic processes, and partial differential equations.
Probability Stochastic Processes Partial Differantial Equations
Jacob Tsimerman is a Canadian mathematician at University of Toronto specialising in number theory and related areas.
Number Theory Arithmetic Geometry
Stevo Todorčević is a Serbian-French-Canadian mathematician, known for his research in Ramsey theory, and mathematical analysis.
Set Theory Ramsey theory
Dr. Scherk's research interests lie in algebraic geometry.
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