The University of Texas at Austin is mourning the death of the late vice president for student affairs and legendary mathematics professor emeritus.
J. Tinsley Oden, the founder of computational mechanics and first director of UT’s related institute, has died.
Three faculty members in the College of Natural Sciences were chosen for an honor given by The Alcalde.
Charles A. Dana Center
The mathematician who has led the center since 1987 recently announced a transition at the Charles A. Dana Center.
Cameron Gordon, a mathematician known for his research on knots, was elected to the country’s most prestigious scientific organization.
The 2023-2024 rankings have updated information for computer science, math, physics and chemistry at The University of Texas at Austin. All have top-10 ranked specialties...
This is the sixth Amazon Science Hub to date. Its focus includes visual technology, robotics and algorithms.
Dozens of graduate and undergraduate students of UT Austin's College of Natural Sciences were honored this year by the National Science Foundation.
In a Rare Occurrence, UT Austin Professors Each Snag the ‘Nobel Prizes’ of Their Fields in the Same Year
Two UT Austin faculty members Luis A. Caffarelli and Bob Metcalfe snagged the Nobel Prize equivalents of in mathematics and computing on the same day.
The lifelong farmer and award-winning math teacher discusses how math changed him and how it can change the world.