Pure Mathematics Group 

Pure mathematics is driven by the search for beautiful solutions to problems. Often the simplest solutions are most highly praised. There are many, many unsolved mathematical problems at varying levels of difficulty.Pure mathematics seeks to understand why things are they way they are. Researchers search for patterns and relations between patterns. The abstraction of pure mathematics gives universal solutions to problems that have wide applicability.

Current faculty research

The pure mathematics emphasis at UNB is upon algebra, the study of the fundamental structures of mathematics, and non-commutative geometry, which studies methods to apply non-commutative algebra in geometric situations.

This group is comprise of faculty members: Branimir CacicEddy Campbell, Mohammad El SmailyColin Ingalls, Dan Kucerovsky, Barry Monson, Bahram Rangipour, Patrick ReynoldsAlyssa Sankey, and Vladimir Tasic. Their specializations include algebra and algebraic geometry, combinatorics, geometry, operator algebra and non-commutative geometry.

The group is vibrant with several graduate students and typically 2-3 postdoctoral researchers. The Department hosts the Centre for Non-Commutative Geometry and Topology, which has several distinguished members and hosts annual conferences and workshops.

More information about pure mathematics research at UNB can be found from the group's webpage.