Presenting IPAM’s 2019 Annual Newsletter
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 newsletter also introduces IPAM’s new Industrial Short Course series and highlights one graduate student’s testament of IPAM’s influence on her budding academic career. Keep reading to find short excerpts about IPAM’s diversity and summer programs, as well as accomplishments by IPAM affiliates. Print copies are available at IPAM.