Title: Optimal control on SO(3) Date: Friday, November 20, 2015 Time: 2:30 p.m. Room: HP 4369 Carleton University Abstract: Euler proved in 1776 that every rotation of a 3-dimensional body can be realized as a sequence of three rotations around two given axes. If we allow sequences of an arbitrary... More
School of Mathematics and Statistics
In today’s world, the modern citizen is routinely confronted by a maze of numbers and data in various forms. Mathematics and Statistics are also at the heart of many of today’s advancements in science and technology and are contributing to progress in other fields such as industrial and architectural design, economics, biology, linguistics, and psychology.
Since 1942, the students enrolled in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Carleton have enjoyed the unique advantage of studying in the nation’s capital, providing easy access to internship opportunities in government departments and private industry.
|•Bachelor of Mathematics||•Pure Mathematics|
|•Master of Science: Mathematics||•Biostatistics (Msc only)|
|•PhD: Mathematics||•Probability and Statistics|
News and Information
Speaker: Ming Su (Nankai University) Title: Decomposing Approach for Error Vectors of k-Error Linear Complexity of Certain Periodic Sequences Date: Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 Time: 11:00 a.m. Room: HP 4369 Carleton University Abstract: The k-error linear complexity of periodic sequences is an important... More
Speaker: David Thomson (Army Cyber Institute) Title: Multidimensional Sudoku-inspired combinatorial arrays Date: Monday, Oct. 26, 2015 Time: 11:00 a.m. Room: HP 4351, Carleton University ABSTRACT: (Joint work with Melissa Huggan, Gary Mullen and Brett Stevens) This talk deals with various... More