The CMC math and CS faculty represent a
wide range of research areas, including algebraic topology and
knot theory, functional, harmonic, and complex analysis,
probability and statistics, numerical analysis, PDEs,
compressed sensing, mathematical finance, number theory,
discrete geometry, programming languages, and database
systems. Some of our work is done in collaboration with
undergraduate and graduate students; in the list below *
indicates an undergraduate coauthor.

- Asuman Aksoy (analysis)
- Art Lee (computer science)
- Deanna Needell (compressed sensing, randomized algorithms, functional analysis, computational mathematics, probability, statistics)
- Sam Nelson (low-dimensional topology, algebraic topology and combinatorial topology)