# Interdisciplinary

Mathematics has, since ancient times, been associated with many disparate areas of human inquiry, ranging from art and philosophy to science and engineering. This fruitful interchange has led to important mathematical discoveries, and has also stimulated the development of whole new fields of study. This tradition continues today in the Department of Mathematics, where a wide variety of interdisciplinary research is conducted, both singly and in collaboration with researchers in other departments and universities.

**Mathematical physics**

Chris Beasley

Maxim Braverman

Chris King

Valerio Toledano Laredo

Peter Topalov

**Biostatistics and Bioinformatics**

Adam Ding

Michael Maliuotov

**Quantum Information Theory**

Chris King

**Computer Vision**

Jayant Shah

**Computer Networks**

Chris King