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UPDATED 09/08/2017
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In Memoriam: John W. Evans, 1935-2017

Professor Emeritus John W. Evans died on August 20, 2017 at the age of 82. See UCSD Campus Notice.

In Memoriam: Ted Frankel, 1929-2017

Professor Emeritus Theodore "Ted" Frankel died on August 5, 2017 at the age of 88. See UCSD Campus Notice.

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Marino Romero Awarded 2017-2018 ARCS Scholarship

Marino Romero has been named as a recipient of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Scholarship for 2017-2018. The ARCS Scholarship rewards excellence in research, and is based on the exceptional promise of the recipient to make a significant contribution to the advancement of science, and to the material and intellectual welfare of all people. Congratulations to Marino!

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Front Desk closing early 9/1/17

The Math Department Front Desk will be closing today at 3:30PM, 9/1/17.

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Thursday  •  September 21, 2017

11:00am  •  AP&M 5402

Yanfei Wang
    Optimization in CT Imaging

Math 278C: Optimization and Data Science

Wednesday  •  September 27, 2017

3:00pm  •  AP&M 7421

Yuan Yuan
    Diameter rigidity for Kahler manifolds with positive bisectional curvature

Analysis Seminar

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Alireza Salehi Golsefidy

Algebra

Combinatorics, Number Theory, Homogeneous dynamical systems, Arithmetic lattices

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