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Catherine Beley earned her Masters in Applied Math from Northeastern University and now works for Hulu as the manager of the Data Insights team.
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Professor Valerio Laredo Toledano has been named Fellow of the American Mathematical Society class of 2019.
Graduate student in Mathematics Monika Pichler was selected to participate at the 6th Heidelberg Laureate Forum this September, a conference that connects laureates in mathematics and computer science with students.
In a world full of networks, understanding them is surprisingly hard. This professor is working on building tools to help.
Earlier this month, the Bridge to Calculus Program in collaboration with the Department of Mathematics, held their annual outreach event for high school students, Calculus Field Day.
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Each year dozens of College of Science students are recognized for their achievements in the classroom, on co-op and in the community. 2018 is no different.
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A team of faculty in the Department of Mathematics have been working on an initiative, supported by a National Science Foundation grant, to engage young scientists from middle and high school students, to undergraduate and graduate students, to postdocs through research, scholarship, and mentoring opportunities.
Northeastern University Professor of Mathematics Ivan Losev uses algebra to solve the mechanics of quantum physics and field theory, the results of which can lend answers towards how atoms move and interact with each other. His complex studies in this field have led to being named one of the 2018 fellows of the American Mathematics Society (AMS).
The 2018 Steele Prize for Seminal Contribution to Research in Discrete Mathematics/Logic will be awarded to Sergey Fomin and Andrei Zelevinsky (posthumously) for their paper “Cluster algebras I: Foundations,” published in 2002 in the Journal of the American Mathematical Society.
The College of Science welcomed this year's group of Zelevinsky Research Instructors at a luncheon this October, joined by the Zelevinsky family.