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Professor Bruce Boghosian runs the numbers and shows that without redistribution of wealth, the rich get richer and everyone else gets poorer.
Learn about Professor Boghosian and his group's
findings on the
Mathematics of Inequality.
Next semester Genevieve Walsh will
hold the Jean-Morlet Chair at the
Centre International de
Rencontres Mathématiques for an
outstanding, innovative researcher from
a non-French institution working closely
with a Local project leader based at
Aix-Marseille Université. The holders
collaborate at an international level
and develop strong synergies between
laboratories, researchers, doctoral
students, both across borders and within
the local mathematical sciences
community at large. Tufts remains the
sole US institution from which an
appointment to this chair was made and
is one of only two institutions in the
world from which two holders have been
about the semester details and the Jean-Morlet
Tufts mathematics Ph.D. alum Aaron
Brown breaks decades-old gridlock,
the complex Zimmer's conjecture.
Mobility and US Mathematics', Moon Duchin's article in Notices of the American Mathematical Society.
Professor Misha Kilmer sets a global
agenda for the future of biomedical imaging.
See full article in the SIAM July/August 2017 Newsletter.
Associate Professor Moon Duchin
Wired Magazine for her research on
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