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News & Announcements


Georg Stadler wins the Gordon Bell Prize. Congratulations, Georg!

Additional information can be found on the Gordon Bell Prize page on the ACM website and in the news release from New York University. … [more]


Congratulations to Andy Majda On Winning The Steele Prize!

Further information is available in the news release from the American Mathematical Society. … [more]


2015 Silver Professors

Fedor Bogomolov and Subhash Khot have been named Silver Professors. Congratulations! For more information on Fedor, Subhash, and the other Silver Professors, please see here. … [more]

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Seminars and Events

Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Title: On the Virtues of Simple Models: From Resolving a Prostate Cancer Diagnostic Anomaly to Quantifying the Efficacy of Brain Tumour Therapies
James Murray, Princeton University and University of Oxford

Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Atmosphere Ocean Science Colloquium, 3:30PM, WWH 1302
Title: Modeling the effects of Continental U.S. convection of the dynamics of the troposphere and stratosphere
Claudia STEPHAN,

Thursday, December 03, 2015

RTG Seminar, 4:00PM, WWH 805
Title: Talk for Graduate Students
RTG Seminar, 5:30PM, WWH 317
Title: On the module structure of holomorphic differentials in positive characteristic
Frauke Bleher, University of Iowa

Friday, December 04, 2015

Probability Seminar, 10:00AM, WWH 512
Title: Aging in a logarithmically correlated potential
Oren louidor, Technion
Probability Seminar, 11:00AM, WWH 517
Title: Random walks, Laplacians, and volumes in sub-Riemannian geometry
Robert Neel, Lehigh University

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