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New Study Provides Recommendations Aimed at Tackling Challenges for Sea Level Science in the UAE
A new study led by NYUAD and three other UAE universities has found that the UAE’s access to the coast and commitment to a sustainable future makes it uniquely positioned to lead scientific advancement for sea-level rise adaptation

NYUAD Mathematicians Participate in Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi's Virtual Conference Highlighting Women's Achievements in the Field
Emerging Scholar and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Marwa Banna and Visiting Professor of Mathematics Elena Beretta joined a group of UAE-based renowned female mathematicians to deliver presentations and speeches across six online sessions.

Professor of Mathematics Nader Masmoudi Elected as a Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences is both an honorary society that recognizes and celebrates the excellence of its members and an independent research center convening leaders from across disciplines, professions, and perspectives to address significant challenges.

Associate Professor of Mathematics Francesco Paparella Appointed Co-Chair of The UAE Climate Change Research Network
The UAE Climate Change Research Network (CCRN) brings together a group of committed scientists and researchers to advance climate data collection and policy-relevant research on climate change impacts and adaptation.

The Pandemic in Numbers
Professor of Practice in Mathematics Alberto Gandolfi is developing tools using statistical models that are helping governments determine the number of undetected cases and plan school openings.

Troubled Waters
Rapid human-caused change to the environment is jeopardizing the survival of one of our planet’s keystone species. Associate Professor of Mathematics Francesco Paparella is working with biologists to create a model that can accurately predict the onset of coral bleaching events within a two-week window.


A Selection of Recent Publications


Below is a selection of recent publication highlights from the Mathematics Program. The full citations are not listed but can be accessed through the links.