2015 CSEM alumnus Toby Isaac received the 2016 SIAM Early Career Prize in Supercomputing, the organization's major award recognizing a young researcher working on algorithms for parallel computing in science and engineering. The prize is awarded based on publications in the past three years and candidates must be no more than three
years out of a Ph.D. program.
Isaac's prize was announced at the SIAM PP16 Conference in Paris.
The honor recognizes his work on developing scalable, adaptive methods for forward and inverse problems in continental-scale ice sheet modeling, which was the focus of his dissertation which recently won the ICES Outstanding Dissertation Award. Read more.Posted: May 5, 2016
ICES Professor Bjorn Engquist gave three lectures as part of the Fields Institute's 2015-16 Distinguished Lecture Series.
Numerical Multiscale Modeling," "The Heterogeneous Multiscale Method," and "Numerical Approximation of Oscillatory Dynamical Systems' were delivered April 28-29 at the Toronto Canada center for mathematical research activity. Read more.Posted: May 5, 2016
Written by Manil Suri, mathematics professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
I RECENTLY attended a conference in honor of Ivo Babuska, a professor at the University of Texas, with whom I have written several mathematical papers. There were toasts with a crowd-pleasing (if prudently priced) malbec and puns riffing on “singular value decomposition” that elicited much mirth. After all, it was also Ivo’s 90th-birthday party.
Ivo remains passionately immersed in research, despite the dearly held popular belief that mathematicians are over the hill at 40. Read more.Posted: April 26, 2016
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
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.