PACM (the Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics) is an interdisciplinary and interdepartmental program that provides a home for people from many fields and directions, who share a passion for mathematics and its applications.
Our core faculty is presently constituted by 10 core faculty members who hold a joint appointment between their home department and PACM; the faculty also function as an executive committee for PACM in all its important decisions.
Drawing from a wide range of departments, from the physical sciences and engineering to the human sciences, PACM counts 46 Princeton faculty members among its associate faculty; they provide mentoring and advising to our students interested in their fields of expertise. We have both a graduate program and an undergraduate certificate program. Currently for the 2020-21 academic year, we have 28 graduate students enrolled and 42 undergraduate certificate students.
News & Awards
Seminars & Events
*Online Conference* Analysis of Fluids and Related Topics: Uniform-in-diffusivity scalar mixing in stochastic fluids, Speaker: Samuel Punshon-Smith, Brown University
*Online Seminar* Graduate Student Seminar: Zero kinetic undercooling limit in the supercooled Stefan problem, Speaker, Graeme Baker
*Online Conference* Analysis of Fluids and Related Topics: TBA, Speaker: Liaosha Xu, University of Virginia
*Online Seminar* Graduate Student Seminar: Global regularity and long time asymptotics of Nernst-Planck-Navier-Stokes Systems, Speaker, Noah Lee
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