IPAM’s 2021 Newsletter highlights include industry involvement at IPAM, stories on successes in nurturing innovation across mathematical and disciplines, and the new IPAM Simons Postdoctoral program.
2020 has been a year unlike any other. The COVID pandemic, social distancing, remote work, travel restrictions, movements for societal justice, all these shaped IPAM’s work and program format in unexpected ways. You can learn about the challenges we faced and the pathways we forged […]
IPAM is pleased to share our annual newsletter featuring Tatiana Toro’s (University of Washington) inspiration for the Latinx in the Mathematical Sciences (LatMath) Conference and Frank Noe’s (Freie Universität Berlin) experience in establishing interdisciplinary collaborations in the dynamic field of machine learning at IPAM. This […]
We invite you to read our latest newsletter, featuring an article about Wilfrid Gangbo (UCLA) and his ten years of involvement with IPAM, and another on Science Advisory Board member Amie Wilkinson’s (Chicago) contributions to IPAM. It also celebrates another successful Latinx in the Mathematical […]