# Research

Mathematical Sciences at the University of Tabriz is administratively divided into four categories: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Sciences. They comprise the following research areas:

## Pure Mathematics

- Algebra (Group Theory, Lie Algebra and Commutative Algebra)
- Analysis
- Differential Geometry
- Mathematical Logic & Foundations
- Combinatorics

## Applied Mathematics

- Dynamical Systems
- Financial Mathematics
- Integral Equations
- Numerical Analysis
- Numerical Linear Algebra
- ODEs and PDEs (Theory and numerical methods)
- Operation Research
- Wavelet Analysis and Image processing

## Statistics

- Data Mining
- Distribution Theory
- Fuzzy statistics
- Probability
- Statistical Inference

## Computer Sciences

- Computer Science
- Evolutionary Algorithms and Parallel Algorithms
- Compilers, Super Compilers and Loop Parallelization
- Specification and Verification Software Systems
- Computers Systems Security
- Soft Computing, Pattern Recognition, Knowledge-Based Systems
- Bioinformatics, Computational Biology
- Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems
- Text Mining, Information Retrieval, Database Systems
- Software Engineering
- Distributed and Parallel Systems
- Bioinformatics
- Data mining, Information Retrieval, Rule Learning
- Robotics, Machine Learning
- Multi-Agent Systems, E-commerce, Resource Management
- Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
- Quality of Service Provisioning
- Social Networks
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Computer Networks
- Big data

# Research Centre for Industrial Mathematics of University of Tabriz (RCIMUT)

Mathematical sciences are now employed in almost every area of science, engineering, industry, sociology, and technology. New application areas, in emerging fields, are discovered constantly and older techniques are being applied in new ways. The research centre for the industrial mathematics of University of Tabriz (RCIMUT) is founded for meeting these needs, especially those that lie in industry.

RCIMUT, a centre within the Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, was established in 2007 and is responsible for research programs in industrial mathematics. This is the first research centre ever for industrial mathematics in the country. The main goal of the centre is:

- To advance the applications of mathematical sciences to engineering, industry, and sociology.
- To promote research that will lead to effective new mathematical and computational methods and techniques for engineering, industry and sociology.
- Collaborative research with industrial companies to provide solutions for their technological problems using advanced mathematical methods.
- Offering industrial companies with a talented pool of highly qualified prospective employees. Offering industrial internship opportunities for students in mathematical sciences