The Beauty of Math Through Music

Nearly a dozen high school and college students spent a month on Johns Hopkins University's Homewood campus this summer, enrolled in a novel course designed to expose them to concepts in mathematics by studying music.

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Mauro Maggioni named Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

Mauro Maggioni has been named the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Data Intensive Computation with appointments in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics and the Department of Mathematics.

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Financial Mathematics M.S.E. Program ranked #8

The Johns Hopkins University Financial Mathematics M.S.E. Program is ranked #8 in the nation.

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Don Geman elected to National Academy of Sciences

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Student Math Wizards Aim for the Fences With Baseball Scheduling System

Johns Hopkins students and faculty members have started tossing advanced math and powerful computing tools at the arcane art of planning baseball game dates.

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Vacant Housing Dynamics in Baltimore City

Working with City officials, our goal is to better understand the dynamics of vacant housing in Baltimore City, measure the impact of current interventions, and help to hone decision and policy making using statistical analyses of available data.

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Mapping Fruit Fly Brains

It’s question that has been puzzling neuroscientists for nearly a century: How do patterns of activity in neurons generate behavior?

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To Dig or Not To Dig?

AMS works with National Park Service, NASA, and the Department of Defense on a new way to conduct archaeological research.

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Table of Contents for the Universe

Thanks to some “elegant” math, Tamás Budavári and his team have created a user-friendly catalog of images from the Hubble Space Telescope, effectively putting all the insights they hold at our fingertips.

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