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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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ICM Announces its 2022 Plenary Speakers

Posted on 6/11/21 in News

The International Congress of Mathematics (ICM) has announced the plenary speakers for its 2022 conference. ICM is the largest conference on pure and applied mathematics as well as one of the world’s oldest scientific congresses, and is run every four years by the International Mathematical […]

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IPAM Remembers Charlie Doering

Posted on 5/21/21 in News

IPAM mourns the death of a colleague and friend, Charlie Doering. Charlie was the Nicholas D. Kazarinoff Collegiate Professor of Complex Systems, Mathematics and Physics, and was the Director of the Center for the Study of Complex Systems at the University of Michigan. Professor Doering’s […]

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IPAM Welcomes Selenne Bañuelos as Associate Director

Posted on 5/19/21 in News

IPAM is thrilled to announce that Dr. Selenne Bañuelos will begin a two-year term as IPAM Associate Director on August 1, 2021.  Selenne is currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics at California State University Channel Islands. She received her PhD in Applied Mathematics from University […]

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