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Keith Julien Earns Kirk Distinguished Fellowship

March 2, 2020

Professor Keith Julien, the chair of the Department of Applied Mathematics, has received a Kirk Distinguished Fellowship from the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, England, UK. As part of the upcoming Fall program, Professor Julien will be a member of the program on Frontiers in Dynamo Theory: From...

Kumar Thurimella Awarded Gates-Cambridge Scholarship

Feb. 26, 2020

University of Colorado Boulder Applied Math alumnus Kumar Thurimella has received the Gates-Cambridge Scholarship. This prestigious award, given to 80 people out of 5,500 applicants worldwide, is presented to students with outstanding leadership and academic skills who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree from the University of Cambridge. This $250,000...

Probably Novel Podcast - Jason Silver

Feb. 24, 2020

Join Spas Angelov, Maria Marquez, and Perrin Ruth on another show about exciting STEM research conducted at the University of Colorado. Participate by e-mailing a question to probablynovel@gmail.com . This week's guest is Jason Silver who will be talking about how skeletal muscle stiffness influences muscle generation. Live Signal Link:...

Silva Chang Wins Excellence Award in Leadership and Service

Feb. 19, 2020

Professor Silva Chang has recently been given the Boulder Faculty Assembly (BFA) Excellence Award in Leadership and Service. According to the BFA , this Excellence Award is given for “professional activities other than teaching and research that are performed by faculty members as part of their University responsibilities or as...

Probably Novel Podcast - Gabriel Andrade

Feb. 17, 2020

Join Spas Angelov, Maria Marquez, and Perrin Ruth on another show about exciting STEM research conducted at the University of Colorado. Participate by e-mailing a question to probablynovel@gmail.com . This week's guest is Gabriel Andrade who will be talking about embedding economic models in networks, how this influences equilibrium concepts,...

Mark Hoefer Wins College Scholar Award

Feb. 8, 2020

Dr. Mark Hoefer has recently received a College Scholar Award from the College of Arts and Sciences. Along with the recognition, Dr. Hoefer will also receive a year-long sabbatical at full salary during which he will spend the first six months at the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge, England engaging...

Welcome to the Department - Dr. Adrianna Gillman

Feb. 3, 2020

The department would like to welcome Assistant Professor Adrianna Gillman to the Applied Mathematics faculty. Dr. Gillman received her B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) , then received her Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics here in the Department at CU in 2011. After being a Research...

Probably Novel Podcast - Nicholas Landry

Feb. 3, 2020

Join Spas Angelov, Maria Marquez, and Perrin Ruth on another show about exciting STEM research conducted at the University of Colorado. Participate by e-mailing a question to probablynovel@gmail.com . This week's guest is Nicholas Landry who will be talking about contagion on complex networks as well as analyzing soccer games...

Probably Novel Podcast - Cassandra Brooks

Jan. 27, 2020

Join Spas Angelov, Maria Marquez, and Perrin Ruth to discuss Antarctic marine protected areas with this week's guest, Cassandra Brooks. Participate by e-mailing a question to probablynovel@gmail.com . Live Signal Link: radio1190.org Missed a show? No problem! Check out our website: https://www.colorado.edu/amath/probably-novel-appms-stem-radio-show-podcast

Probably Novel Podcast - Andres Villada

Jan. 10, 2020

Spas Angelov, Maria Marquez, and Perrin Ruth for another show about exciting STEM research conducted at the University of Colorado. Participate by e-mailing a question to probablynovel@gmail.com . This week's guest is Andres Villada who will be talking about the journey towards creating soft robots and flexible electronics by using...

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