**Group Office**. 1130 Mathematical Sciences Bldg.; 530-752-8130; studentservices@math.ucdavis.edu; http://appliedmath.ucdavis.edu/

**Faculty.** The Group includes approximately 90 faculty members, of whom about one-third are in the Department of Mathematics. Membership comprises chemists, biologists, physicists, geologists, statisticians, computer scientists, and engineers. Research interests include biology, atmospheric sciences, mechanics, solid and fluid dynamics, optimization and control, theoretical chemistry, computer and engineering sciences, mathematical physics, signal and image processing, harmonic analysis, numerical analysis and nonlinear partial differential equations. A complete list of faculty and their research areas are available at http://appliedmath.ucdavis.edu/people.

**Graduate Study.** Students prepare for careers where mathematics is applied to problems in the physical and life sciences, engineering, and management. The degree requirements consist of rigorous training in applied mathematics, including course work and a research dissertation under the direction of a member of the Graduate Group in Applied Mathematics. The M.S. degree provides preparation for further study in applied mathematics or an application area, or for a career in industry or public service. The Ph.D. degree provides preparation for a career in research and/or teaching, or in industrial or national research laboratories. For further information, please contact studentservices@math.ucdavis.edu or 530-752-8130.

The Master of Science degree is offered only en route to the Ph.D.

New applicants are admitted to the fall quarter only.

**Preparation.** The program admits qualified students with a bachelor's degree in mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, economics, the life sciences and related fields. General and advanced mathematics GRE scores are required, and applicants should display evidence of strong quantitative skills. Undergraduate courses should include calculus (including vector calculus), linear algebra, and ordinary differential equations. Advanced calculus (introduction to real analysis) is strongly recommended. Additional background in probability, partial differential equations, and/or numerical analysis is a plus. The ability to program in a high-level computer programming language (e.g., C, Fortran, MATLAB, Python, R, etc.) is assumed.

**Graduate Advisor.** Contact the Student Services Office at 530-752-8130 or at

studentservices@math.ucdavis.edu.

**Courses.** For a list of the courses in applied mathematics and mathematics, see Mathematics.