Mathematics, conceptual illustration

Mathematics

The Ph.D. program in Mathematics at the CUNY Graduate Center provides students the background they will need to pursue careers as pure or applied mathematicians
Explore this Program
Mathematics, conceptual illustration

The Ph.D. program in Mathematics at the CUNY Graduate Center provides students the background they will need to pursue careers as pure or applied mathematicians

Explore this Program

Degree Offered

Ph.D. in Mathematics

Full-time

Admissions Deadlines

January 1 (fall enrollment)
(No spring enrollment)

The Graduate Center's Ph.D. Program in Mathematics is a crossroads for the many research mathematicians working in the City University of New York, as well as a place for doctoral students to gain the background they will need to pursue careers as pure or applied mathematicians. The Graduate Center is the only campus offering a doctoral degree in mathematics and the majority of our faculty have dual appointments at the Graduate Center and at one of four year colleges within the CUNY system.

Research areas include algebraic geometry, algorithms, combinatorics, complex analysis and Teichmuller theory, dynamics, group theory, Lie theory, logic, number theory, probability, Riemannian geometry and analysis, and topology.

SPECIAL EVENT: FOUR DECADES OF THE EINSTEIN CHAIR SEMINAR
Tuesday, January 17 — Thursday, January 19, 2023
4102: Science Center
Open to the Public

MORE MATHEMATICS EVENTS

Dennis Sullivan

Program Highlight

Congratulations to Professor Dennis Sullivan on receiving the 2022 Abel Prize

Professor Dennis Parnell Sullivan Awarded the 2022 Abel Prize for Mathematics. The prize is equivalent to a Nobel Prize in Mathematics.

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Mathematics at a Glance

Contact Us

Call or email our contacts below, or visit the Mathematics office in Room 4208.

Christian Wolf

Executive Officer and Professor, Mathematics

Azita Mayeli

Deputy Executive Officer and Professor, Mathematics

Debbie Silverman

Assistant Program Officer, Mathematics

Karen Marinez

Einstein Chair Secretary, Mathematics