Seminars and Events

Friday, February 23, 2018

WWH 1302, 10:00AM
Graph Partitioning using Matrix Differential Equations
Nicola Guglielmi, Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy
WWH 512, 11:00AM
Spectral Theory Sum Rules, Meromorphic Herglotz Functions and Large Deviations
Barry Simon, Caltech
60FifthAve 150, 11:00AM
Programming Abstractions for Data Stream Processing Systems
Konstantinos Mamouras, University of Pennsylvania
WWH 1302, 2:30PM
A Robust Inverse Scattering Transform for the Focusing Nonlinear Schr\"odinger Equation
Peter Miller, University of Michigan

Monday, February 26, 2018

60FifthAve 150, 2:00PM
Towards a More Stable Network Infrastructure
Radhika Mittal, University of California, Berkeley
WWH 1302, 3:45PM
A Conditional Gaussian Framework for Uncertainty Quantification, Data Assimilation and Prediction of Complex Turbulent Dynamical Systems
Nan Chen, CIMS

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News & Announcements

2018 Sloan Fellows

Congratulations to our 2018 Sloan Fellows: Miranda Holmes-Cerfon, Afonso Bandeira, and Joan Bruna!

For further information, see the Sloan Foundation website.

Research and Training Group in Mathematical Modeling and Simulation

The mathematics department is happy to announce the successful creation of a new Research and Training Group (RTG) in Mathematical Modeling and Simulation, a five-year vertically-integrated research activity funded by the National Science Foundation (award DMS-1646339) since the Fall of 2017. This RTG is devoted to training through research of undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows in several salient aspects of modern applied mathematics, and will emphasize the connections among modeling, simulation and experimental observation.

2018 Silver Professors

Dennis Shasha and Sylvia Serfaty have been named Silver Professors. Congratulations!

Nader Masmoudi receives Fermat Prize

Nader Masmoudi has been awarded the 2017 Fermat Prize by the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse for "his very deep and creative work in the field of nonlinear partial differential equations." Congratulations!

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