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IPAM congratulates the Class of 2017 SIAM Fellows!

Posted on 4/4/17 in News

IPAM congratulates the Class of 2017 SIAM Fellows! Of the 28 members, six are affiliated with IPAM: Emmanuel Candès (Stanford)–Science Advisory Board member and organizer for Optimization long program in 2010 Rama Cont (Imperial)–core participant in Financial Mathematics program long program in 2015 and speaker/organizer […]

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Ostrovsky Receives IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award

Posted on 3/28/17 in News

Congratulations to Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA), who just received the 2017 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award “for outstanding contributions to cryptographic protocols and systems, enhancing the scope of cryptographic applications and of assured cryptographic security.” According to his department’s web page, Rafail’s research interests encompass […]

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Julian Schwinger Foundation gifts IPAM $750,000

Posted on 3/6/17 in News

As part of its mission to support basic research in physics, the Julian Schwinger Foundation for Physics Research (JSF) has gifted IPAM $750,000, which will be matched by UCLA’s Division of Physical Sciences, to form an endowment of $1,500,000. Funds generated by this endowment will […]

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White Paper: Understanding Many-Particle Systems with Machine Learning

Posted on 3/1/17 in Reports

This white paper was prepared by the participants of the fall 2016 long program Understanding Many-Particle Systems with Machine Learning. Interactions between many constituent particles, i.e. quarks, electrons, atoms, molecules, or materials, generally give rise to collective or emergent phenomena in matter. Even when the […]

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