aaronhutchinsondefense2Congratulations to Dr. Aaron Hutchinson, who defended his doctoral dissertation entitled, "Algorithms in Elliptic Curve Cryptography."


Where are the graduates of the Ph.D programs in Mathematics now?

Our graduate programs prepare you for a solid foundation of mathematics for careers in either academy, or government departments, or industry.  The positions that our recent graduates landed included postdoctoral positions at Princeton University and Rutgers University; a tenure track position at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.  Other employers include the National Institute of Standard and Technology; and the Artificial Intelligence Division of General Motors. Below is a sample of the positions that our recent graduates hold:

Research Scientist, General Motors (2018)

Visiting Assistant Professor, Wake Forest University (2018)

Principle Investigator, PQSecure Technologies (2018)

Computer Scientist, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (2018)

Assistant Professor, Greenville University (2017)

Postdoctoral Associate, Rutgers University (2017)

Assistant Professor, Roger Williams University (2017)

Research Engineer, SR Technologies (2017)

Assistant Professor, Georgia Military College (2017)

Instructor, Eastern Wyoming College (2016)

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University (2016)

Post Doctorate, USDA Gottwald Laboratory (2016)

Assistant Professor, Eastern New Mexico University (2015)

Lecturer, the University of Rhode Island (2015)

Data Scientist, FlexShopper (2015)

Instructor, Florida International University (2014)

Analytics Developer, Trans Union (2014)

Assistant Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2014)

Assistant Professor, Cameron University (2014)

Revenue Management Analyst, Spirit Airlines (2014)

Assistant Professor, Yildiz Technology University, Turkey (2013)

Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Riverside (2012)

Postdoc, Technical University of Munich (2012)

Assistant Professor, University of North Georgia (2012)