Principal Investigators of the Simons Collaboration on Localization of Waves win Fields Medal and Nobel Prize in 2022
Posted December 6, 2022
Hugo Duminil-Copin, Professor at the Université de Genève and IHÉS, and Alain Aspect, Professor at Institut d'Optique Graduate School, were awarded the Fields Medal and Nobel Prize in Physics.
Posted November 30, 2022
Hosted by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), attendees convened for the Field of Dreams conference on November 4th and 5th, 2022. The annual conference for Math Alliance scholars and mentors introduces prospective graduate students to graduate programs in the mathematical sciences at Math Alliance schools as well as professional opportunities in these fields.
Posted September 11, 2022
The research will tackle fundamental research questions in deep graph learning, with a particular emphasis on applications to 5G/NextG wireless networks and power (micro)grid systems.
Posted August 16, 2022
Dowd is being recognized for the “extraordinary professionalism, wisdom, and care” she bestowed upon the AWM as host of the 2022 AWM Research Symposium.
Posted June 25, 2022
For Delanna Do, the community and collaboration she found in the School of Mathematics was one of the coolest parts of her U of M journey.
Posted June 7, 2022
Three School of Mathematics teaching assistants (TAs) have been recognized with Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards for the 2020–21 academic year.
Posted May 3, 2022
They'll model phenomena such as superconductivity realized when 2D crystals with a small difference in lattice constant or orientation are overlaid, resulting in a moiré pattern.
Posted April 29, 2022
From June 16–19, the national symposium will convene in Minneapolis on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus. The hosting venue is determined via a competitive selection process.
Posted April 4, 2022
From April 4-8, Wei Zhang of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be visiting the School of Mathematics.
Posted March 20, 2022
Dr. Huang was awarded $150,000 to pursue a research project titled, "Schubert Calculus, Algebraic Combinatorics, and Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry".