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Mathematical Sciences Research

Applied Geometry
Approximation Theory
Chemically-Reacting Flows
Computational Logic
Dynamical Systems
Environmental Problems
Fluid Dynamics
Inverse Problems
Machine Learning
Math Education
Mathematical Physics
Multiphase Flows
Nonlinear Analysis
Nonlinear Materials
Nonlinear Waves
Operations Research and Mathematical Programming
Perturbation Methods
Scientific Computing

Mathematical Sciences Research
Environmental Problems

A variety of problems face our environment. These global challanges need to be examined from a variety of different ways.

Environmental Problems at Rensselaer

Many departments at Rensselaer perform research on environmental issues, including the Mathematical Sciences department.

Current Projects

  • Radar imaging, which is very useful in discovering environmental problems and in monitoring the earth.
  • Multiphase flows, which are flows in which more than one material moves. Applications include sedimentation, boiling filtration and separation.

Faculty Researchers

Donald Drew


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