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Camacho Honored for Outstanding Mentorship in STEM

Posted on 9/25/18 in News

On June 25, 2018 the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) declared 140 individuals and organizations to be recipients of Presidential Awards for Excellence in teaching or mentoring in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  Dr. […]

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Bin Yu Receives 2018 Elizabeth L. Scott Award

Posted on 9/11/18 in News

On August 1, 2018, Professor Bin Yu was awarded the Elizabeth L. Scott Award at the Joint Statistical Meetings held in Vancouver, British Columbia.  The award is presented every other year in honor of Elizabeth L. Scott’s commitment to women’s career advancement in academia.  According […]

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IPAM Offers New Graduate-Level RIPS in Sendai, Japan

Posted on 8/30/18 in News

The first Graduate-level Research in Industrial Projects for Students program in Sendai, Japan (GRIPS-Sendai) concluded in August.  The projects gave the two teams, composed of students from the U.S. and Japan, a challenging problem in industrial applications of math proposed by the industry sponsors, Toyota […]

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IPAM SAB Member Research Profiled by Quanta Magazine

Posted on 8/28/18 in News

Quanta Magazine recently published the article “Universal Method to Sort Complex Information Found” that features the work of four computer scientists and Assaf Naor, a mathematician who has served on IPAM’s Science Advisory Board since 2008.  The article describes their discovery of a radical approach to […]

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