and his wife Fred, on the birth of their son Camille Rey on Tuesday November 26th.
Professor Kayo Ide
will speak on The Role of the Antarctic Polar Vortex and Rossby Wave Breaking on Large-Scale Stirring in the Lower Stratosphere at the Tenth Annual Symposium of the Burgers Program for Fluid Dynamics, Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 4:35-5pm in the Kay Boardroom of the Kim Building.
Mathematics and Center for Scientific Computation & Mathematical Modeling will give the Distinguished Scholar-Teacher (DST) Lecture The Mathematics of Cancer on November 7, 4:00 PM, 1410 Physics.
A meeting of
with AMSC students will be held at the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling (CSCAMM) on Nov 1 from 10am to noon.
The meeting will provide a platform for presentation of CSCAMM faculty research and Q&A with AMSC students. A follow-up lunch 12-1pm will be hosted by CSCAMM.
Click here for a schedule of talks.
The Maryland Mathematical Modeling Contest (M3C) is a new intramural competition based on the international
Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM).
M3C seeks to mimic the structure of the MCM, and M3C winners have the opportunity to compete in the MCM as well. More information can be found
who was awarded her PhD on Monday, May 6th
from the Math Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
who has been awarded the Ann G. Wylie Dissertation Fellowship.
Dr. Sébastien Motsch
who accepted an offer as an Assistant Professor at the School of Mathematical & Statistical Science in Arizona State University
and his wife Wei Guo who got married February 2013 in Annapolis.
Professor Doron Levy
who was awarded by the University as a 2013-2014 Distinguished Scholar-Teachers award for outstanding scholarly accomplishments.
Dr. Yongyong Cai
from National University of Singapore, as a new KI-Net Post-Doctoral Research Associate with Prof. Tadmor.
His post-doc is split between the Math department at UW Madison and CSCAMM at UMD.
CSCAMM seminar room
audio-visual system was upgraded over winter break. The new A/V system includes an easy-to-use Room Control system, identical to the system found in rooms campus wide. This system controls a new full HD projector and matching wide-format screen.
Our thanks to CSCAMM's IT Manager,
Jeff Henrikson, who worked tirelessly on making this upgrade possible.