Loyola University Chicago

Mathematics and Statistics


Faculty research interests fall into three broad areas: Analysis, Algebra, and Statistics. Click a faculty member's name to view his/her faculty page.

Algebra and Combinatorics 

  • Del Greco (Discrete Math, Graph Theory)
  • Doty (Representation Theory, Algebraic Groups)
  • Giaquinto (Quantum Algebra)
  • Huffman (Group Theory, Algebraic Coding Theory)
  • Hupert (Homological Algebra)
  • Lauve (Algebraic Combinatorics, Hopf Algebras)
  • Peters (Operator Algebras, Knot Theory, Category Theory)
  • Tingley (Combinatorial Rep'n Theory, Quantum Groups)
  • Mayne (Non-commutative Ring Theory)


  • Arama (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
  • Barron (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
  • Bocea (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
  • Goebel (Control Theory)
  • Jensen (Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations)
  • Lucas (Applied Mathematics)
  • Popovici (Calculus of Variations)
  • Saleski (Ergodic Theory)
  • Spiegler (Symplectic Geometry, Lie Groups)


  • Balderama (Spatial Statistics, Bayesian Methods)
  • Matthews (Biostatistics, Applied Statistics)
  • O'Brien (Biostatistics, Applied Statistics)
  • Walsh (Biostatistics)