in the Lobachevskian plane of hyperbolic non-Euclidean geometry.

The faculty members have excellent credentials and are active in many research areas of mathematics. Faculty doctoral degrees represent a wide variety of universities: Yale, U.C. Berkeley, Warwick (GB), Penn. State, Wisconsin, N.Y.U., Purdue, Columbia, Wesleyan, U.C. San Diego, Brooklyn Polytechnic, Idaho State U. and Birmingham (GB).

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The research interests of the faculty are also quite varied: Dynamical Systems, Topology & Fractal Geometry, Structural Dynamics, Group Theory, Statistics, Computer Science, Non Euclidean Geometry, Ruled Surfaces, Mathematics of Quantum Field Theory, Number Theory, Digitial Simulators, Numerical Analysis, Differential Geometry and Lie Groups.

Uniform for the MACSsoftball team

honoring a favorite theorem

The Department features a quality faculty, a strong curriculum, and lively and intelligent students. Listed below are the faculty members who have excellent credentials and are active in many research areas of mathematics and computer science.

Chris Bernhardt | Ph.D Warwick (G.B.) | Dynamical Systems |

Robert Bolger | M.S. N.Y.U. | Topology & Fractal Geometry |

Matthew Coleman | Ph.D. Penn. State | Structural Dynamics |

Joseph Dennin | Ph.D. Wisconsin | Algebraic Number Theory |

Benjamin Fine | Ph.D. N.Y.U. | Group Theory & Statistical Analysis |

Adam King | Ph.D. U.C.L.A. | Artificial Intelligence |

George Lang | Ph.D. Purdue | Algebraic Topology |

Joseph MacDonnell S.J. | Ed.D. Columbia | Geometry & Ruled Surfaces |

Laura McSweeney | Ph.D Un New Hampshire | Statistics, Nonlinear Dynamics |

Irene Mulvey | Ph.D. Wesleyan | Dynamical Systems |

Edward O'Neill | Ph.D. Yale | Topology & Computer Sc. Education |

Steve Sawin | Ph.D. U.C. Berkeley | Math Aspects of Quantum Field Theory |

Peter Spoerri | Ph.D. Brooklyn Polytechnic | Digitial Simulators |

Joan Weiss | D.A. Idaho State U. | Numerical Anal. & Computer Graphics |

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Fairfield University's most interesting class of mathematicians - 1974

The two MACS Programs

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