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Interview with Michael Jolly

Posted on 12/11/14 in Interviews

Michael Jolly is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Indiana University, working on turbulence. We caught up with him during the IPAM long program, Mathematics of Turbulence. What would you call yourself: a mathematician, a physicist, a chemist… ? I’m a mathematician. How did you […]

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IPAM Seeking Associate Director

Posted on 11/25/14 in Press Releases

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 1, 2015. The appointment may be […]

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Interview with Anna Mazzucato

Posted on 11/25/14 in Interviews

Anna Mazzucato is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Penn State, working on fluid dynamics. What would you call yourself: a mathematician, a physicist, a chemist… ? I’m a mathematician. How did you come to be a mathematician? Well, I first chose to be […]

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Klaus Mueller Receives 2014 Science Prize

Posted on 11/25/14 in News

Professor Klaus-Robert Mueller won the 2014 Science Prize of the State of Berlin, in Berlin, Germany. The Science Prize has been awarded since 2008, and comes with 40,000 Euros. The award announcement specifically cites his work on the brain-computer interface. Applications of this technology are being […]

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