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Jiawang Nie - 14th Feng Kang Prize of Scientific Computing

The 14th Feng Kang Prize of Scientific Computing has been honored to:

— Dr. Jiawang Nie, University of California, San Diego, USA
— Dr. Weiying Zheng, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

For their significant contributions in Numerical methods and theories for electromagnetic problems; Polynomial optimization, convex algebraic geometry and tensor computation.

The ceremony will be held at the General Assembly of the China Society for Computational Mathematics, Nanjing, China, August 15 – August 19, 2021.

Haesong Moon, Yiren Wang - 2020-2021 Richard Libby Graduate Research Award

Congratulations to graduate students Haeseong Moon (Advisor: Professor Wenxin Zhou) and Yiren Wang (Advisor: Professor Dimitris Politis) for being awarded the 2020-2021 Richard Libby Graduate Research Award. Richard Libby ('80, MA '82, PhD) received his degrees in mathematics at UC San Diego before starting a successful career in the finance industry. His recent $100,000 contribution to the university exemplifies his passion for using mathematics in concert with finance and business, in particular when it comes to assessing market risk. Half of his unique gift has been awarded to the Department of Mathematics in support of graduate studies and research.

Aaron Pollack - 2021-2022 AMS Centennial Fellowship

Assistant Professor Aaron Pollack has been awarded the 2021-2022 AMS Centennial Fellowship by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). See AMS news release.

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Honors Presentations 2021

(Contact mathadvising@math.ucsd.edu for Zoom links.)

 

Friday, April 30th

  • 3:30pm - Tomoki Oda
    "ADE Classification of Invariants, Singularities and Groups"

 

Monday, May 3rd

  • 2:00pm - Austin Du
    "Estimating Quadratically Regularized Wasserstein Distance on k-Connected Graphs"
  • 2:30pm - Brian Chao
    "A spatial mutation model with increasing mutation rates"
  • 3:30pm - William Tran
    "Closed Random Walks on Lattices and Generalization of the Catalan Numbers"

 

Wednesday, May 5th

  • 1:00pm - Huanxi Liu
    "An Evaluation of Hyperparameter Tuning Methods in SVM"
  • 1:30pm - Erding Liao
    "An Investigation on Modification of Hidden Markov Model with Partially Missing Observations"
  • 2:00pm - Ibrahim Hajar
    "Embeddability of Abstract Pseudo-Einstein Cauchy-Riemann Manifolds"

 

Friday, May 7th

  • 1:00pm - Lawrence Zhang
    "A Friendly Introduction to Compressed Sensing"
  • 3:00pm - Jiyue Zeng
    "Numerical Methods for Convex Optimization and Their Applications"
  • 3:30pm - Artur Bayramyan
    "Topological Algebra: Tool of Persistent Homology and Its Application in Analysing US School Data"

 

Please contact mathadvising@math.ucsd.edu for Zoom links.

 

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Tuesday  •  May 11, 2021

10:00am  •  Zoom ID 967 4109 3409 (email Nattalie Tamam or Brandon Seward for the password)

Cagri Sert
    Expanding measures: Random walks and rigidity on homogeneous spaces

Math 211 - Group Actions Seminar

11:00am  •  Zoom ID 939 3177 8552

Jonathan Siegel - Postdoctoral Scholar
    Approximation Rates and Metric Entropy of Shallow Neural Networks

Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar

11:30am  •  Zoom information: Meeting ID: 933 6734 4286 Password: topology

Boyu Zhang
    Irreducible representations of link groups in SU(2)

Math 292 - Topology Seminar

Wednesday  •  May 12, 2021

10:30am  •  Zoom ID 944 9046 4145

Scott Mahan
    Approximation Theory for Equivariant Neural Networks

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Bennett Chow

Geometric Analysis

Differential Geometry, Geometric Evolution

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