The Applied Mathematics Laboratory (AML) is operated by the Department of Mathematics
at Towson University and is currently directed by Dr. Alexei Kolesnikov.
The AML, by agreement with sponsoring organizations, undertakes research projects
of mathematical nature at the advanced undergraduate level whose analysis, solution
and exposition will require the substantial involvement of a team of students and
faculty members for (usually) an academic year. The sponsor submits a fee for the
research project to Towson University to cover the costs of services, equipment, and
The AML forms a team of talented undergraduate and graduate students led by one or
two faculty mentors, usually faculty from the Department of Mathematics with particular
interest in the problem posed. This team studies the problem, and supplies an honest,
intensive effort on the part of its best mathematical talent to study and fully report
to the sponsor.
Students receive course credit for their participation in an AML project.
In April 2019, the AML won a BTU Partnership Award for its work in the Greater Baltimore
community. See the related video to find out more.
Past sponsors have included: Westinghouse Electrical Corporation, Citicorp, BlueCross
BlueShield of Maryland, SAIC, the Baltimore City Fire Department, the Carroll Area
Transit System, the National Institute of Justice, the Baltimore County Government,
the Chemical Security Analysis Center (CSAC), and RTR Technologies. You may find the
complete list, with short descriptions at our past projects page.
We invite corporations and government agencies with potential research projects to
|AML Director||MAILING ADDRESS|
|Dr. Alexei Kolesnikov
Office: 7800 York Road,Room 325
Email: akolesnikov AT_TOWSON
|Applied Mathematics Laboratory
Department of Mathematics
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
View more information: https://www.towson.edu/fcsm/departments/mathematics/research/lab/