Postdoctoral research position

CanaDAM 2017 - Preliminary Announcement

Postdoctoral Position in Computational Biology
The Department of Mathematics in the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University
invites applications for two (2) full-time tenure-track positions in Financial
Mathematics at the Assistant Professor level, commencing on July 1, 2017, subject
to final budgetary approval.

Math Graduates Spring 2016 Congratulations to

  • Mohammad Abbasi
  • Marlo Billones
  • Chris Chow
  • Andew de Mesa
  • Marcus Gearrease
  • Hung Tan Ho
  • Stephan Justin
  • Fadi Lawand
  • Andrew Michael
  • Samuel Morkeh-Baah
  • Vincent Reel
  • Ron Austin Saguros
  • Marko Sheyanov
  • Sabri Soufian
  • Moaz Tasabehji
  • Anna Alfonso Leon
  • Angayatcanny Vadivelu
  • Iffat Qayyum

Postdoctoral Position in Computational Biology
September 1, 2016

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Mathematical Biology
July 1, 2016

Postdoctoral fellow in Graph Theory
September 1, 2016

Limited Term Faculty Position
August 1, 2016

Tenure track in Mathematical Biology
July 1, 2016

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Graph Theory
September 1, 2015

Tier II Canada Research Chair in Financial Mathematics
July 1, 2015

Tenure-track position in Discrete Mathematics
July 1, 2015

Paul and Anna Maria Bonato Scholarship, Fall, 2015
Andrew de Mesa
is the winner of this year's Paul and Anna Maria Bonato Scholarship, which is awarded to the student who achieved the highest CGPA at the end of their third year of study within the Department of Mathematics, who is currently enrolled full-time in their fourth year of study, who has a clear academic record, and who has taken all Mathematics courses up to their fourth year as outlined in the Ryerson Undergraduate calendar. This Award includes $1000.

Howard H. Kerr Memorial Scholarship, Fall, 2015
Harjas Singh
is the winner of this year's Howard H. Kerr Memorial Scholarship Award, which is awarded to the student who achieved the highest CGPA at the end of their second year of study within the Department of Mathematics, who is currently enrolled full-time in their third year of study, who has a clear academic record, and who has taken all Mathematics courses up to their third year as outlined in the Ryerson Undergraduate calendar. This Award includes $2000.

Mathematics Faculty Award, Fall, 2015
Ghazaleh Asrderakhshan is the winner of this year's Mathematics Faculty Award, which is awarded to the student who achieved the highest CGPA at the end of their first year of study within the Department of Mathematics, who is currently enrolled full-time in their second year of study, who has a clear academic record, and who has taken all Mathematics courses up to their second year as outlined in the Ryerson Undergraduate calendar. This Award includes $1000.

C. Roy Horney Scholarship Award, 2015
Sophia Park is the first winner of the new C. Roy Horney Scholarship Award, which is awarded to a student r egistered as a full-time undergraduate student in a mathematics program in the Department of Mathematics in the fourth year of the program and have a clear academic standing; must achieve a minimum CGPA of 3.00 at the end of the third year of study; and must demonstrate an outstanding contribution to the athletic life and/or student life in activities such as involvement in varsity sports, course unions or other clubs and organizations at Ryerson University. Chris you fulfil all the criteria of this award. This award includes $1000.

Deadline to apply: Friday, September 26th, 2014
Return complete application/nomination package to Att: Kathy Peter, Mathematics Dept., Room ENG-215

  • Application Form
  • Reference Form

  • Ryerson Gold Medal Award 2015
    Congratulations to Jill Padgett

    Mathematics scholarship winners, 2014

    Mathematics scholarship winners, 2013

    Faculty Awards


    New scholarships for 3rd and 4th year students

    September 2, 2012
    Scholarships are now available for students entering their 3rd and 4th years with the highest academic standing. We kindly thank Paul and Anna Maria Bonato and the faculty in Mathematics for their generosity.