ICES postdoctoral fellow Pablo Seleson has received the 2014 Alston S. Householder Fellowship from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Department of Energy’s largest science and energy laboratory.
This prestigious fellowship promotes scientific computing research through mentorship and individual research initiatives. It is awarded each year to an outstanding candidate with a “proven academic record of high quality research with a clear potential to perform cutting edge, innovative research in applied mathematics, statistics and/or computational science,” according to the Oak Ridge website. Read more.Posted: Feb. 11, 2014
The Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) has selected ICES Professor Irene Gamba as the 2014 Sonia Kovalevsky Lecturer.
The Kovalevsky Lectures honor women who have made fundamental and sustained contributions to applied or computational mathematics. As the 2014 Kovalevsky Lecturer, her talk will take place during the 2014 SIAM Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, July 7-11.
"Sonia Kovalevsky did important work in the theory of differential equations and motion of rigid bodies, and her life and work remain a tremendous inspiration," wrote both Ruth Charney, president of AWM and Irene Fonseca, president of SIAM who announced the honor. Read more.Posted: Jan. 30, 2014
The ICES Cardiovascular Simulation Center partnership with the Texas Heart Institute (THI) received a $300,000 grant from the Fondren Foundation to provide fellowships to doctoral students and/or postdoctoral researchers during the initial three-year period of the ICES-THI collaboration. Recipients of these fellowships will be known as Fondren Fellows. Read more.Posted: Jan. 16, 2014
The university tower will be lit burnt orange the night of Jan.14 in honor of ICES Director Tinsley J. Oden winning the 2013 Honda Prize for his role in establishing the field of computational mechanics.
The Honda Foundation, the philanthropic wing of Honda Motors Ltd., annually awards the prize, sometimes referred to as the ‘Nobel Prize in technology’ to recognize an individual who has made significant contributions to “ecotechnology,” a field defined by its goal of advancing human achievement while preserving the natural environment. Read more.Posted: Jan. 14, 2014
CSEM Alumnus Yongjie (Jessica) Zhang has received the prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers to support her research in high-fidelity geometry modeling and mesh generation with finite element applications. The award is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their independent research careers. Read more.Posted: Jan. 14, 2014