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News and PressMathematics graduate student Junyuan Lin featured on the GSAS website, "From Tufts to Teaching Code"
Mathematics graduate student Peter Ohm is one of the winners of the Student Paper Competition for the 2019 Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods.
Assoc. Professor Moon Duchin was named a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow.
Numberphile recently did a piece on Asst. Professor Robert Lemke-Oliver's research on prime number digits. Watch the video >
Mathematics graduate student Junyuan Lin won the Student Paper Competition for the 2018 Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods with her paper, "An Adaptive Unsmoothed Aggregation Multigrid Method Based on Path Coverings."
Professor Bruce Boghosian runs the numbers and shows that without redistribution of wealth, the rich get richer and everyone else gets poorer.
Professor Misha Kilmer sets a global agenda for the future of biomedical imaging. See full article in the SIAM July/August 2017 Newsletter.
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
The project "Non-invasive cardiac monitoring and telemedicine benefitting from the creation of an open, scalable ECG database" of the team of Boris Hasselblatt (Mathematics), Michael Shapiro (Mathematics, formerly Tufts University School of Medicine) and Ebenezer Tolman (Tufts Medical Center) was chosen as finalists for the Boston Scientific Connected Patient Challenge II: Big Data. Read about the project.
Assoc. Professor Duchin, "Fighting Gerrymandering With Geometry." See full article in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
University explores interdisciplinary initiatives with proposed data center.
Assoc. Professor Adler receives NSF Award to run the "International Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Singularly Perturbed Differential Equations"
Asst. Professor Hu received the Reimann-Louville Award for best application paper at the International Conference on Fractal Differentiation and Its Applications 2016, with his paper titled "Fast Solver for Fractional Differential Equations based on Hierarchical Matrices"
Assoc. Professor Adler and Asst. Professor Hu receive NSF DMS Grant Award: "Robust Solvers for Coupled Problems with Applications to Electromagnetism and Poromechanics"
Prof. Xiaozhe Hu,
Mathematics graduate student Junyuan Lin,
and Computer Science professors Lenore
Cowen, Ben Hescott and Donna Slonim win the
Disease Module Identification DREAM
Assoc. Professor Duchin is
the subject of an article in The
Chronicle of Higher Education,
"Meet the Math Professor Who's Fighting
Gerrymandering With Geometry"
A conference in honor of Professor Richard Weiss, titled
"Group Theory, Geometry, and the Influence of Jacques Tits" was
held on May 25-28, 2016 at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in
University explores interdisciplinary initiatives with proposed data center
Misha Kilmer named William Walker Professor of Mathematics
Asst. Professor Hu will be a plenary speaker at the International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods 2017
Assoc. Professor Adler receives NSF Award
Asst. Professor Hu received the Reimann-Louville Award
Assoc. Professor Adler and Asst. Professor Hu receive NSF DMS
Asst. Professor Lemke Oliver receives NSF DMS Grant Award
Professor and Chair Misha Kilmer has been invited to give a plenary lecture at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering
Professor Kim Ruane wins two graduate mentoring awards
Faculty in the news: Assistant Professor Robert Lemke Oliver is part
of team of mathematicians that have discovered a prime conspiracy
Professor James Adler and Ph.D. candidate Sarah Bray featured for
their work in the GIFT (Graduate Institute for Teaching) program
Professor Todd Quinto awarded the Otto Monsteds Visiting
Professorship for Fall 2016, FRAC Senior Semester Leave for Spring 2017
New hire in Fall 2015: Dyer
New hires in Fall 2014: Hu, Mustopa
New hires in Fall 2013: Garmirian, Liang, McLeod, Taylor
2012-2013 Student Awards: Tripp, Fortunato, De La Torre
Duchin receives CAREER award
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