A powerhouse of discovery and innovation

As North America's only dedicated Faculty of Math, we are nationally and internationally recognized as one of the top schools for Mathematics and Computer Science. 

With nearly $30 million in research funding (2019/20) and an alumni network of over 42,000 across more than 100 countries, our students, faculty, and graduates continue to push the boundaries of research to discover new ways to harness the power of mathematics, computer science, and statistics. 

  1. Dec. 5, 2022Faculty of Math community members connect their plates to the planet

    The Faculty of Mathematics helped save thousands of liters of water and hundreds of pounds of carbon this November through its “Meatless Math Mondays” campaign. The initiative, which aimed to increase environmental health and sustainability within the Faculty, encouraged students, staff, faculty, and post-docs to choose meatless options once a week to decrease their environmental impact.

  2. Dec. 1, 2022Meet Tales Rick Perche, recipient of a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

    Rick Perche (His full last name is “Rick Perche,” but he uses “Rick” colloquially as a first name among colleagues and friends) is a PhD candidate in Quantum Information at Waterloo, affiliated with the Institute of Quantum Computing (IQC) and the Perimeter Institute (PI). This year, he won a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, Canada’s most prestigious PhD scholarship, for his academic excellence, research potential, and leadership.

  3. Dec. 1, 2022AI Industry Day brings together Waterloo experts, government officials, and business leaders

    Anil Arora, Chief Statistician of Canada for Statistics Canada, was the keynote speaker at the Fall Industry Day on Monday, hosted by the Waterloo Artificial Intelligence Institute (Waterloo.AI) and Communitech.

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