Research activities in the mathematics and actuarial science department cover a wide range of areas in mathematics, actuarial science, statistics and related fields. 
Details concerning individual interests and recent activities can be found in the personal Web pages of faculty members. We provide here a brief overview of activities. 

Areas of active research include mathematical programming and optimization, queuing and reliability models, history of mathematics, computation of graphical models, topology, category theory, logic, model theory, robust statistics, computational statistics, visualization of high dimensional data, survival analysis, Bayesian inference in reliability, regression analysis, time series, multivariate analysis, fatigue and lifetime data analysis, extreme value distributions, artificial intelligence, reliability of engineering structures, Bayesian, neural and functional networks.