Chair, Department of Mathematics at Colorado State University

McLaughlin's research is in approximation theory, random matrix theory, integrable nonlinear pdes, and applications.

For Graduate Students: two possible courses of study

For research in nonlinear PDEs

  • Analysis (517)
  • Complex variables (519)
  • Linear Algebra (560)
  • Partial Differential Equations (545 and 546)
  • Functional Analysis (from 618)
  • Advanced PDEs (645 and 646)
  • For research in random matrix theory and combinatorics

  • Analysis (517)
  • Complex variables (519)
  • Combinatorics (501 and 502)
  • Linear Algebra (560)
  • Probability Theory (STAT 620)
  • Advanced Complex Variables (619)
  • Join our Research Group!

    Here are notes from the lecture I gave on April 6, in the Inverse Problems seminar.

    • Dispersive ringing in PDEs
    • 2D histogram in Normal Random Matrices
    • Tiling of a hexagonal domain by rhombi

    Fort Collins Weather

    Glacier Basin webcam at Rocky Mountain National Park

    Fall Colors in Fort Collins

    Photo courtesy of M. Theresa T-R McLaughlin