Ono selected as the first Editor-in-Chief of Research in the Mathematical Sciences
Ken Ono, the Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics, has been selected to be the first Editor-in-Chief of the Springer journal "Research in the Mathematical Sciences" (RIMS) (link: http://www.resmathsci.com/). This journal will be Springer Verlag's main open access journal in the mathematical sciences. RIMS will publish the highest quality research in applied mathematics, theoretical mathematics, and theoretical computer science. RIMS is Professor Ono's 12th editorial board. He also serves as the Managing Editor of the Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society (link: http://www.ams.org/publications/journals/journalsframework/proc).
We are hiring! Tenure-track faculty openings in MathCS
The department of Mathematics and Computer Science has multiple openings for tenure track faculty positions to begin in Fall 2014. Areas of interest include: Computational Mathematics, Discrete Mathematics, and several specializations in Data Science (please follow the individual links for position details). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for general information.
The Department will host the XXIII-rd SOUTHEAST GEOMETRY SEMINAR (SGS) on Sunday, November 10, 2013
Alex Freire (Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville)
Matthew Gursky (University of Notre Dame)
William Minicozzi II (MIT)
Yanir Rubinstein (Univ. of Maryland)
Gaoyong Zhang (NYU-Poly)
There will also be a POSTER SESSION and we invite all interested participants, especially, Ph.D. students and postdocs, to submit a poster presentation. Please let us know in advance if you plan to do so.
The program can be found at: http://www2.math.uab.edu/sgs/
The Southeast Geometry Seminar (SGS) is a semiannual series of one day events sponsored jointly by:
* National Science Foundation
* Emory University
* Georgia Institute of Technology
* University of Alabama at Birmingham
* University of Tennessee Knoxville
We have limited NSF funds to support travel expenses of participants. Priority will be given to current or recent Ph.D. students and postdocs. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Please email email@example.com if you plan to attend and wish to request support.
* John McCuan and Mohammad Ghomi (GT)
* Vladimir Oliker (Emory)
* Fernando Schwartz (UTK)
* Gilbert Weinstein and Junfang Li (UAB)
Emory REU students win the 2014 Morgan and Schafer Prizes.
Three students in the 2013 Emory REU in Number Theory will be honored at the Joint Meeting of the National Mathematical Societies in January in Baltimore. Eric Larson will be awarded the Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize, and Sarah Peluse will be awarded the Alice T. Schafer Prize. Shiyu Li will be awarded Honorable Mention in the Schafer Prize competitions. The Morgan prize, awarded jointly by the American Mathematical Society, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, recognizes outstanding research by an undergraduate. It is widely regarded as the most prestigious prize for undergraduate mathematics research. The Schafer Prize, awarded by the Association for Women in Mathematics, recognizes outstanding undergraduate women in mathematics.
Among Professor Ono's REU participants, Larson is the fourth Morgan Prize winner, and Peluse is the fourth Schafer Prize winner.
REU Student wins $50,000 Fellowship
Hannah Larson, a participant in the 2013 Emory REU in Number Theory, has been awarded a Davidson Fellowship. She won the top award of $50,000 for her research in algebra. Hannah is presently a freshman at Harvard, and she plans to participate again in the Emory 2014 REU to continue her research with Professor Ken Ono.