After building years of experience working in research grant processing, and passing a four-hour exam to “demonstrate mastery of laws governing federal contracts and grants,” Derrick Ozuna, an ICES senior administrative associate, is now a certified research administrator (CRA).
“I’m the first staff member from ICES to be CRA certified, and I am grateful to my faculty supervisor Dr. Michael Sacks for supporting me in obtaining the certification,” Ozuna said.
Obtaining CRA certification from the Research Administrators Certification Council demonstrates expertise in skills such as financial management, general management, legal requirements, and project development, as related to research administration. Read more.Posted: Jan. 20, 2015
ICES Professor Inderjit Dhillon has been named a 2014 Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) "for contributions to large-scale data analysis, machine learning and computational mathematics."
As a fellow, Dhillon, professor of Computer Science and director of the ICES Center for Big Data Analysis, is now among the top 1 percent of ACM members. His achievements promote information technology and outstanding service to ACM, and serve as a role model and an inspiration to other members.
He will be inducted into membership at the annual ACM Awards Banquet June 20 Read more.Posted: Jan. 20, 2015
ICES Professor Kui Ren received the 2014 MediaV Young Researcher Award from the International Conference on Inverse Problems and Related Topics. The honor recognizes scholars age 40 or younger who have made important contributions to the field of inverse problems.
As part of the recognition for the award, Ren, an associate professor of mathematics, gave a plenary speech at the December International Conference on Inverse Problems and Related Topics in Tarpei. The conference features speakers from both theoretical (mathematics) and applied (engineering) aspects of inverse problems, and aims to strengthen the interaction and nurture collaborations between the two groups of scientists. Read more.Posted: Jan. 20, 2015
This summer ICES Professor Omar Ghattas will be explaining inverse problems and uncertainty quantification at IdeaLab 2015, a program that seeks to introduce early career scientists to a scientific problem on the “frontier of research” through presentations and tutorials by senior researchers. Read more.Posted: Jan. 6, 2015