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  • Math-Computer Science Combo Propelled Jon Eisen to Video Game Development

    For the Georgia Tech alumnus, everything has always been about numbers.

    Numbers paved Jon Eisen's career path from Georgia Tech to the video game hub Activision.

    For Jon Eisen, everything has always been about numbers. The path that led him to the prominent video game hub Activision, publishers of the popular Call of Duty franchise, has been paved with them. He majored in Applied Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology, graduating with his degree in 2009 and carrying along a Computer Science minor for good measure. He spent time designing RADAR algorithms for Northrop Grumman Corporation in Baltimore, Md., and then worked as an application developer for a short period at Under Armour.

  • Teaching Mathematics at Georgia Tech Lorraine

    School of Mathematics Professor Wing Li on living and working in Metz, France

    School of Mathematics Professor Wing Li talks to Samuel Burke about living and working in Metz, France.

    School of Mathematics Professor Wing Li talks to Samuel Burke about living and working in Metz, France. Samuel Burke is an undergraduate majoring in aerospace engineering who blogs about the Georgia Tech Lorraine experience.

  • Zaher Hani Wins NSF CAREER Award

    Congratulations to Zaher Hani, the School of Mathematics most recent recipient of an NSF CAREER award.

    Congratulations to Zaher Hani, the School of Mathematics most recent recipient of an NSF CAREER award! Zaher continues the School of Math’s success in this program, with 5 awards in recent years.

  • Meet Rachel Kuske

    New chair is poised to take the School of Mathematics to new heights

    Rachel A. Kuske took over as chair of the School of Mathematics on Jan. 3, 2017.

    Rachel A. Kuske took over as chair of the School of Mathematics on Jan. 3, 2017. The first woman to lead the school, she arrives at a time when the school is poised to take the next steps toward greater leadership in mathematics and expanding opportunities for students, postdocs, and faculty.

  • A Conference Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the ACO Program

    Professors Robin Thomas and Prasad Tetali are organizing a conference to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ACO Program at Georgia Tech.