Jacob Bedrossian receives 2019 IMA Prize!
Bedrossian studies stability and mixing in fluids and plasmas. Much of his recent research focuses on turbulence, an important but poorly understood physical phenomenon that plays a crucial role in everything from ocean currents and weather patterns to bridge construction and vehicle fuel efficiency.
Athavale (M.S. ’07, Ph.D. ’09, applied mathematics & statistics, and scientific computation) joined Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, as an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics in September 2018.
Imbert-Gérard received her Ph.D. in mathematics from Pierre and Marie Curie University (now Sorbonne University) in France in 2013. Imbert-Gérard was a postdoc and instructor at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University before coming to UMD.