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Congratulations to 2014 Guggenheim Fellows

Posted on 4/10/14 in News

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation recently awarded Fellowships to 177 scholars, artists, and scientists. The list includes Doron Levy (applied mathematics), who organized the 2014 IPAM workshop on cancer modeling and participated in the 2001 long program on Geometrically Based Motions; Mung Chiang (engineering), […]

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Kiran Kedlaya

IPAM “Alumni” Recognized by SIAM

Posted on 4/4/14 in News

The 2014 Class of SIAM Fellows includes several “alumni” of IPAM long programs: Inderjit Dhillon (Search Engines, 2007); Mitchell Luskin (Nanoscale Science, 2002, and Materials Defects, 2012); and Bernd Sturmfels (Optimization, 2010). Additionally, Dorit Hochbaum and Suncica Canic have been speakers at IPAM workshops. SIAM […]

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Inderjit Dhillon

ICM 2014 Features Plenary Addresses by IPAM “Alumni”

Posted on 2/19/14 in News

At the quadrennial International Congress of Mathematicians, to be held in Seoul in August, several plenary lectures will be presented by IPAM board members and alumni, including Science Advisory Board members Emmanuel Candes and Alexei Borodin, workshop organizers Mikhail Lyubich, Ben Green, and Alan Frieze, […]

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Alexei Borodin

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