Don Saari

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Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences

Donald Saari
Without question, this is one of the more exciting periods in history to be a mathematician! Just think about all of the advances that have been made, the number of major problems solved within the last couple of decades, the new directions being pioneered. In addition, in recent years other academic areas have become mathematically more sophisticated; as such, expect them to introduce new, unusual, and unexpected mathematical structures and questions. This has been the case with the physical sciences, and it now is happening in the behavioral and social sciences.

One of the goals of the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences is to enhance these mathematical connections and extract the new mathematical structures while helping to advance these behavioral and social sciences. If you wish to learn more about the active conference, colloquia and seminar series we are planning in these directions, please contact us "mailto:jjphelps@uci.edu" @ IMBS. Even better, how about joining in with us?