|Math/computer science students honored|
|Published Date: 2006-09-16|
Sarah Day (center) received the Trevor Evans Award as the best undergraduate major in 1995-96, and Sergei Pilyugin (right) and John Nardo were co-winners of the Marshall Hall Award for best graduate teaching assistants from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.click here for more information
|Prof. R. Parimala receives the TWAS Prize in mathematics|
|Published Date: 2006-09-02|
Asa Candler Griggs Professor of Mathematics R. Parimala will be awarded the 2005 prize in mathematics by the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS) for her work on the quadratic analogue of Serre's conjecture, the triviality of principal homogeneous spaces for classical groups over fields of cohomological dimension 2 and the u-invariant of p-adic function fields. This is the first time that the prize has been awarded to a woman. More information here.
|Visiting professor Tomasz Luczak - International Congress of Mathematicians|
|Published Date: 2006-08-30|
Visiting professor Tomasz Luczak gave an invited address titled "Randomness and regularity" at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Madrid, Spain. Being invited to give a talk at the ICM is considered an honor similar to receiving a prize. Regular faculty members V. Rodl and R. Parimala have also been invited speakers at previous Congresses. For more information: icm2006.org.
|Distinguished lecture by Laszlo Babai: "The abelian sandpile model"|
|Published Date: 2006-05-01|
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|Metrics Report: Mathematics and Computer Science|
|Published Date: 2005-03-29|