(Physics/IREAP) received a 'professor partnership' award from NVIDIA to support their research on heterogeneous computing. Their research groups are using NVIDIA's CUDA and Teslas supercomputers to numerically simulate black holes.
(Physics/CSCAMM) was awarded an NSF grant on "Nonlinear Numerical Simulations of Einstein's Equations"
(Math) were awarded a National Science
Foundation Focus Research Group (FRG) grant:
Kinetic Description of Multiscale Phenomena: Modeling, Theory and Computation.
This is a collaborative award which involves researchers
from the universities of Maryland (as the lead
institution), Brown, Iowa State, Wisconsin-Madison,
Arizona State, Texas-Austin and Toulouse, France. The
FRG will be housed at CSCAMM.
Among its goals, this FRG is expected to provide a
platform for interdisciplinary interactions with
researchers from related disciplines working on kinetic
descriptions of complex phenomena, including those from
Center for Multiscale Plasma Dynamics
(CMPD) which is also
housed in CSCAMM.
(Math/CSCAMM) was recently
for his contributions towards developing a cure for
Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia.
with professors of medicine was recently
publicized in the NSF discoveries webpage
you can also watch Levy's interview
(Math/CSCAMM) was a awarded an NSF grant on “Nonlinear
Signal Processing and Wireless Communications using
Frames and Operator Theory”
Bill Dorland's (Physics/CSCAMM/IREAP) proposal
“Fluctuations Spectra and Anomalous Heating in
Magnetized Plasma Turbulence” won a 2008 DOE
for 4M hours of computer time for