USC experts explain how math and music intertwine in creative expression — from Coltrane’s Circle of Tones to the shared skills required for both.
A USC Dornsife math professor explores ideal techniques and real-world applications of finding the perfect shuffle.
From artificial intelligence to politics, medicine to biotechnology, law to finance, a USC Dornsife math degree opens doors to an array of professional fields.
USC Dornsife’s Aaron Lauda earns an $8 million grant from the Simons Foundation in a project that could turn science fiction dreams into reality.
Felicia Tabing, a USC Dornsife lecturer in mathematics, sees numbers as a particular color. Neuroscientists don’t know what causes the condition, called synesthesia.
How we teach mathematics can discourage women from pursuing computation-heavy fields.
Their newly designed mathematical method helps choose who to treat first when resources and data are scarce.
Charlotte’s Web provides mentorship, networking and support to women and non-binary people who are pursuing careers in math.
According to the study, white teachers and teachers of color showed implicit biases toward white-sounding names and boys over girls.
Athanassios Fokas’ breakthrough on the Lindelöf hypothesis may have far-reaching implications for fields like cybersecurity and quantum computing.