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Cardiologist Kent Beasley Brings Computational Science to the Clinic Cardiologist Kent Beasley Brings Computational Science to the Clinic

When ICES' computational medicine research meets clinical applications, cardiologist Dr. Kent Beasley is there with the bedside manner uniquely provided by a physician with more than 40 years of clinical practice.

For the past decade, Beasley, now a clinical professor at the ICES Center for Cardiovascular Simulation led by Michael Sacks, has been teaching a course on clinical cardiology (CSE 397). Since the class’s inception, it has promoted computational medicine because Beasley believes it represents the next evolution in cardiac care. Read more.

Posted: April 12, 2016
Bajaj and Dawson elected SIAM fellows

Two ICES faculty members have been elected 2016 fellows of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).

Chandrajit Bajaj, director of the ICES Computational Visualization Center, and Clint Dawson, leader of the ICES Computational Hydraulics Group, were chosen based on their “outstanding contributions to fields served by SIAM.” Read more.

Posted: April 4, 2016
CSEM's Johann Rudi Receives Best Student Paper CSEM's Johann Rudi Receives Best Student Paper

Johann Rudi, a CSEM student advised by ICES Professor Omar Ghattas and
former ICES Research Scientist Georg Stadler (now professor at NYU),
received a Best Student Paper award at the 2016 Copper Mountain
Conference on Iterative Methods.

His paper was entitled "mu-BFBT Preconditioner for Stokes Flow
Problems with Strongly Heterogeneous Viscosity."

Johann was also lead author on a paper that received the 2015 Gordon
Bell Prize last November.

Read more.

Posted: March 31, 2016
Pingali gives International ACM Keynote Speech Pingali gives International ACM Keynote Speech

ICES Professor Keshav Pingali gave one of two plenary keynote speeches at a joint symposium of three Association for Computing Machinery conferences in Barcelona, Spain. The three annual conferences were High-Performance Computer Architecture, Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming, and Code Generation Optimization.

He entitled his keynote "Fifty Years of Parallel Programming: Ieri, Oggi, Domani." (The subtitle was borrowed from the title of a screenplay by Alberto Moravia, and is Italian for “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.”) Read more.

Posted: March 31, 2016
Tobin Isaac wins ICES' first Outstanding Dissertation Award quantifying uncertainty for Antarctic ice flow Tobin Isaac wins ICES' first Outstanding Dissertation Award quantifying uncertainty for Antarctic ice flow

CSEM alumnus Tobin Isaac has won ICES' first Outstanding Dissertation Award based on the impact of his subject, the originality/creativity of his work, the quality of his scholarship and writing, and its potential for publishing. Read more.

Posted: March 31, 2016