The Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences program is an interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in the Graduate College of the University of Iowa. It cooperates with the Departments of Mathematics, and other mathematically-oriented departments. The administrative offices are located in Room 14 of MacLean Hall. The current program chair is Professor Laurent Jay. Follow the links to obtain further information or application materials.


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Recent Graduates

  • July, 2020Hassan Rafique
    Thesis title: Provable Methods for Non-Convex Min-Max Optimization and Models for Interpretable Machine Learning
    Qihang Lin (Business Analytics)
    Position: Tenure-track Assistant Professor, University of Indianapolis
  • June, 2020Samuel Brensinger
    Thesis title: Projective Gauge Gravity
    Vincent G. J. Rodgers (Physics and Astronomy)
  • December, 2019Anh Phuoc Quynh Nguyen
    Thesis title: Information Processing in the Auditory Cortex: The Case Studies of Perceptual Alternation in Auditory Streaming and Laminar Origin of Surface Evoked Responses to Sounds
    Professor Rodica Curtu (Mathematics)
    Position: Postdoc, Department of Mathematics, IUPUI (Indiana University and Purdue University)
  • August, 2019Ruqiah Muhammad
    Thesis title: A New Dynamic Model for Non-viral Multi-treatment Gene Delivery System for Bone Regeneration: Parameter Extraction, Estimation, and Sensitivity
    Professor Bruce Ayati (Mathematics)
    Professor Colleen Mitchell (Mathematics)
  • August, 2019Roberto Toro Rodriguez
    Thesis title: Rethinking Meta-Analysis: An Alternative Model for Random-Effects Meta-Analysis Assuming Unknown Within-Study Variance-Covariance
    Professor Ariel M. Aloe (Psychological and Quantitative Foundations)
    Position: Tenure-track Assistant Professor, University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa