Ono profiled on Indian National Television
news Published Date: 2018-01-04
Ken Ono was profiled on Indian national television.
A December 2017 airing of the Indian national science television program Eureka (on RS TV) devoted a 30 minute episode to a "Conversation with Ken Ono". The episode can be viewed on youtube at
Ono Elected Vice President of the American Mathematical Society
news Published Date: 2017-11-30
Ken Ono, the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics, has been elected Vice President of the American Mathematical Society (link: Founded in 1898, the American Mathematical Society is the primary professional society for mathematical scientists in North America. Ono will serve a 3 year term beginning in February 2018. He also continues his tenure as the longest standing member (since 2009) of the US National Committee for Mathematics at the US National Academy of Sciences, which advises the White House and the federal government on matters related to mathematics and mathematics education.
CSI PhD student's work featured in landmark Cell article
Published Date: 2017-11-06
Michael Nalisnik, CSI PhD '16 and his advisor BMI Professor Lee Cooper, are part of the Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network which recently published a pioneering paper in the journal Cell, on the genetic mutations underlying soft tissue sarcomas. Emory researchers contributed machine learning techniques for nuclear heterogeneity analyses, a key methodology used in the paper. The full article is at
Michele Benzi elected Fellow of the American Mathematical Society
news Published Date: 2017-11-01
Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor Michele Benzi is among the 2018 Fellows inducted into the American Mathematical Society for "outstanding contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement, communication, and utilization of mathematics". Emory MathCS is proud and honored that Michele joins previously inducted Fellows Raman Parimala and Ken Ono. More details are at

Congratulations Michele!
MathCS is hiring Postdoctoral Fellows!
Published Date: 2017-10-27
Several projects homed in the department of Mathematics and Computer Science are seeking postdoctoral research fellows in a variety of areas. Interdisciplinary postdocs are of special interest. For details please see the MathCS PostDoc Openings.
MathCS is Hiring Faculty!
Published Date: 2017-10-27
The department of Mathematics and Computer Science has a tenure-track faculty position in Computational Mathematics and a Lecturer position in Computer Science to begin Fall 2018. Please contact for general information. The deadline to apply for this position is January 15, 2018.
Interdisciplinary MathCS research on drug resistant pathogens
news Published Date: 2017-10-27
Drs. Rebecca Mitchell, Lars Ruthotto, and Ymir Vigfusson are collaborating on a novel project to diagnose multiple strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria via new data science methods. This 1-year project has been awarded $380,000 by the CDC, read the full story here
CSI professor Lee Cooper is a member of NCI award-winning center
news Published Date: 2017-10-04
Professor Lee Cooper, faculty in the Computer Science and Informatics graduate program is a member of the Emory Molecular Interaction Center for Functional Genomics (MicFG). This center was recently selected by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to participate in an elite national network called Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD2) that is focused on discovery of new cancer targets and precision cancer therapies. Read the full story at
MathCS welcomes new faculty in Science Cluster Initiative
Published Date: 2017-09-27
The department of Mathematics and Computer Science is delighted to welcome Prof Dorian Arnold and Prof Juan Villeta-Garcia as our newest colleagues. Dorian and Juan were recruited as part of an Emory College-wide cluster initiative in the sciences -- for a full story please see

Welcome Dorian and Juan!
Research by Duncan, Mertens and Ono in Quanta magazine.
Published Date: 2017-09-22
In a paper published today in, Duncan, Mertens, and Ono find moonshine for the pariah O’Nan group. Unexpected connections are found involving the number theory of elliptic curves.