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Interview with Marie Snipes

Posted on 4/28/14 in Interviews

Marie Snipes is an assistant professor in the Mathematics and Statistics Department at Kenyon College, working on geometric analysis. What would you call yourself: a mathematician, a physicist, a chemist… ? A mathematician!  I study the geometry of metric spaces and maps between metric spaces (e.g., […]

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Marie Snipes

Interview with Raanan Schul

Posted on 2/8/14 in Interviews

Raanan Schul is a mathematician at SUNY Stony Brook.  He has attended several IPAM programs, including Multiscale geometry and analysis in high dimensions and Interactions between analysis and geometry. What would you call yourself: a mathematician, a physicist, a chemist… ? I am a mathematician.  I […]

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Raanan Schul

Interview with Keith Promislow and Graeme Henkelman

Posted on 11/20/13 in Interviews

Graeme Henkelman is a professor of chemistry at University of Texas and Keith Promislow is a professor of mathematics at Michigan State University.  Together they organized the long program Materials for a Sustainable Energy Future in fall 2013.  We caught up with them in between workshops.   What […]

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Keith Promislow and Graeme Henkelman at IPAM

Interview with Virginie Ehrlacher

Posted on 10/22/13 in Interviews

Virginie Ehrlacher is a junior researcher at CERMICS in Marne-le-Vallée, France, where she earned her PhD.  In between her current job and her doctoral studies, she was a postdoc at Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg in Erlangen, Germany.  She works on numerical methods for high-dimensional problems. […]

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Virginie Ehrlacher