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Posted on 9/17/21 in News

COVID-19 update 09-17-2021: The safety of all IPAM participants and staff is our number one priority, and we will follow all guidelines established by UCLA, LA county, the state of California, and the CDC. Our fall long program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in the Era […]

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Ingrid Daubechies is Featured in the New York Times Magazine

Posted on 9/16/21 in News

Ingrid Daubechies, a James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University, has been featured in the latest edition of the New York Times Magazine. Professor Daubechies is regarded as the God Mother of digital images for her ground-breaking […]

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First In-Person RIPS Successfully Completed at IPAM since 2019

Posted on 8/25/21 in News

IPAM successfully completed its annual RIPS program that culminated with Projects Day on August 19, 2021. This was the first major in-person program hosted at the institute since March 2020. At the event, our 2021 RIPS cohort of nine teams presented their project reports to […]

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IPAM Celebrates Juneteenth

Posted on 6/18/21 in News

Juneteenth, or 19th June 1865, marks the day when the last of the enslaved African Americans learned of their freedom  –  a good two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. The long overdue process to embrace this […]

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