The department of Mathematics,  has two separate registration tracks for graduates:

  1. Pure Mathematics
  2. Applied Interdisciplinary Graduate Program

The research interests of our faculty members, which stand at the cutting edge of global research, include Algebra, Applied Mathematics, Combinatorics, Complex Analysis, Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, Functional Analysis, Geometry and Topology, Lie Theory and Ergodic Theory, Mathematical Physics, Number Theory, Probability and Stochastic Processes.

A natural advantage of studying mathematics at the Technion stems from the fact that, as an academic institution, The Technion is entirely devoted to research in science and engineering. This means that our graduate students are exposed to courses and joint programs with other scientific and engineering faculties, creating a cross-fertilization process and collaboration between different scientific fields.

In addition to our academic advantages, our faculty is known for its intimate atmosphere and the personal attention and guidance it gives to each student. Everyone knows everyone, and social activities and gatherings are a part of our student life. We attract students, post docs and department faculty from all over the world, creating a rich and exciting international atmosphere.

As a graduate student (PhD), I find it exciting to take part in world class mathematical research! Each one of the faculty members is an expert in his field of research, and the opportunity to learn from them and to consult with them is a great privilege in my opinion. In addition, the family-like atmosphere in the department and the social events makes graduate studies and research here an amazing experience!
Lior Alon, PhD Student
Lior Alon

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