2020 Research Experiences for Undergraduates at the University of Virginia

As of Spring 2018, there is a number of faculty members interested in mentoring undergraduate research:

- Julie Bergner, 319 Kerchof Hall

**Research area: Topology, algebra, combinatorics**

Background needed: Flexible; General Topology and/or Survey of Algebra needed for some projects

*Availability: Spring and Fall 2020*

- Bruno Braga, 229 Kerchof Hall

**Research area: Functional Analysis, Banach Space Theory, Descriptive Set Theory**

Background needed: Real Analysis

*Availability: Fall 2019, Spring 2020*

- Juraj Földes, 322 Kerchof Hall

**Research area: Probability, differential equations and/or numerical analysis**

Background needed: Linear algebra, Differential equations. Probability and Stochastic processes might be useful for some projects

*Availability: Spring 2020, Fall 2020*

- Ken Ono, 210 Kerchof Hall

**Research area: Number theory**

Background needed: Undergraduate courses in analysis, abstract algebra, and number theory

*Availability: Spring 2020, Summer 2020*

- Leonid Petrov, 209 Kerchof Hall

**Research area: Simulation and study of integrable stochastic systems**(examples: 1, 2)

Background needed: Probability, Stochastic processes, coding background

*Availability: Spring 2020, Fall 2020*

There are opportunities to participate in mathematics research at the undergraduate level. In particular, the AMS has compiled a list of summer REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) that are organized at various institutions throughout the US.

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