Leszek Demkowicz, director of the ICES Electromagnetics and Acoustics Group, is an invited speaker at the Richard-von-Mises-Lecture, a highly prestigious annual lecture occurring on June 12 at the Humboldt-University of Berlin.
The lecture honors Richard von Mises, a mathematician who made fundamental contributions in applied mathematics, probability theory and statistics in the mid-20th century. Read more.Posted: June 9, 2014
ICES welcomed its 2014 Moncrief undergraduate summer interns at a luncheon on Monday.
The institute is hosting a total of 10 interns from six different universities.
The internship program enables qualified students in mathematics, engineering and sciences to work with faculty and research staff from one of ICES 17 centers or groups during the summer months.
Starting from the photo's left, this year's interns, their undergraduate institutions and their faculty supervisors are: Read more.Posted: June 4, 2014
Michael Sacks, director of the ICES Center for Computational Cardiovascular Simulation, has received a $90,000 grant from medical device company Medtronic, Inc. to support research in modeling the human heart at the organ and tissue level. This grant follows a $70,000 award that Sacks received from Medtronic in the fall.
“Your efforts contribute to the ability of companies like Medtronic to continually improve our products and services to provide patients with a better quality of life and enhanced access to quality, cost-effective treatment,” read the grant. Read more.Posted: June 3, 2014
Four faculty received ICES’ 2014 W. A. "Tex" Moncrief Grand Challenge Awards, based on their highly compelling research proposals related to the Grand Challenges in computational engineering and sciences that affect the competitiveness and international standing of the nation.
Michael Baldea, assistant professor of chemical engineering; Tan Bui-Thanh, assistant professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics; Thomas J. R. Hughes, professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics; and Kui Ren, assistant professor of mathematics will receive stipends of up to $75,000 per award per semester to cover salary and other expenses necessary to further their research. Read more.Posted: May 6, 2014