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IPAM to Conduct Associate Director Search

Posted on 10/4/12 in Press Releases

Oct. 4, 2012, Los Angeles, CA The Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at UCLA is seeking a second Associate Director (AD) to help lead and organize innovative programs in pure and applied mathematics. The term of appointment will be two years, beginning August […]

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J.S. Chen Receives Award

Posted on 7/19/12 in News

Professor J. S. Chen (UCLA) received the Computational Mechanics Award given biannually by the International Association for Computational Mechanics for his seminal contribution in nonlinear finite element and meshfree methods, Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian finite element method for large deformation and contact mechanics, multiscale materials modeling, […]

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“Math 2025″ Report Available

Posted on 7/9/12 in News

The Committee on the Mathematical Sciences in 2025 recently released the report, “Fueling Innovation and Discovery: The Mathematical Sciences in the 21st Century,” which describes recent advances in the mathematical sciences and advances enabled by mathematical sciences research and presents a broad assessment of the […]

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Exploration of Chemical Compound Space Unites Quantum Chemistry With Artificial Intelligence

Posted on 7/8/12 in Research Articles

By combining quantum chemistry with artificial intelligence (AI) or Machine Learning, core participants of the long program, Navigating Chemical Compound Space for Bio and Materials Design, achieved a scientific breakthrough expected to aid in exploring chemical compound space, i.e. the virtual space populated by all […]

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