Ken Ono’s public talk was live-streamed and the presentation is available for viewing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ynhiZJUMzA&feature=youtu.be
The Putnam Exam is a national mathematics exam, taken by college and university students in the United States and Canada each December. Only the very best students from each school
Congratulations to Jim Gleason and Martha Makowski for being awarded an NSF grant for a project entitled A-PLUS in Math: Alabama’s Practitioner Leaders in Underserved Schools in Mathematics. This Researcher-Practitioner
On Friday, November 30, 2018, Alexey Karapetyants gave a talk entitled “On some Bergman type spaces of functions of nonstandard growth and related questions” to the UA Department of Mathematics
From the October 2018 Desktop News | Drs. Shibin Dai and Shan Zhao recently received two grants, worth more than $300,000, from the National Science Foundation to fund their research in applied
Congratulations to Dr. Shibin Dai, who has been awarded two grants from the National Science Foundation. NSF DMS-1815746: Complex amphiphilic structures and the functionality of biomaterials, 2018-2021, total amount: $217,087 (PI).
Congratulations to Professor Shan Zhao who has been awarded NSF funding for two research projects. NSF DMS Mathematical Biology program: DMS-1812930, “Collaborative Research: A regularized Poisson Boltzmann model for fast
Dr. William T. Trotter visited Tuscaloosa on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 to present a colloquium talk entiled “Dimension Theory for Posets – Graph Theory for Grown Ups”. Dr. Trotter is
From the August 2018 Desktop News | As students explore campus this fall, they will notice Woods Quad’s newest resident: a 14-foot-tall, 1,500-pound white sculpture. Borromeo Rings The sculpture, created by studio
On Saturday, August 11, a gathering of mathematicians was held to celebrate Dean Robert Olin’s 70th birthday. Here he is pictured with former colleagues and his graduate students.