Three projects with the potential for broad impacts in science and technology have been selected to receive support from the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Transformative Technology Fund.
The projects include a technology for improving ultrasound's grainy images, a system for boosting biofuel production, and a facility for designing and testing new wind power technologies.
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On Friday, December 9th, PACM held their annual Holiday Party in the Professors' Lounge. Many faculty, staff and their families were able to join in the celebration.
PACM wishes a very "Happy Holidays!" to all.
The Program in Applied & Computational Mathematics is pleased to invite you to our next PACM Colloquium, which will be given by Samuel Wang, Ph.D., Professor of Molecular Biology and Princeton Neuroscience Institute.
Hundreds of students stopped by the PACM information table today during the ACADEMIC EXPO located in Frick Chemistry Laboratory Atrium. Audrey Mainzer, Gina Holland and Tina Dwyer were on hand to answer questions and inform students.
This was a very successful event and many students expressed an interest in the program. PACM plans to stay in touch with students who requested information and will keep them informed about upcoming seminars and colloquiums.
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Professor Salvatore Torquato is the recipient of the American Chemical Society 2017 Joel Henry Hildebrand Award in the Theoretical & Experimental Chemistry of Liquids.
The ACS National Awards program is designed to encourage the advancement of chemistry in all its branches, to support research in chemical science and industry, and to promote the careers of chemists.
The national award recognizes distinguished contributions to the understanding of the chemistry and physics of liquids.
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We are pleased to announce that the video recording of the May 5, 2016 Distinguished Lecture given by Ingrid Daubechies is now available onlilne.
To view the video of the lecture please click on the link below which will take you to the PACM Youtube page.
Professor Amit Singer was named today as a finalist for The Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists. He is one of the 31 National Finalists who will be competing for three spots as the 2016 Blavatnik National Laureates. The Finalists were selected from 308 nominations of outstanding faculty-rank researchers from 148 of the nation’s leading academic and research institutions. The three National Laureates will be announced in later this month and will each receive an unrestricted cash prize of $250,000, the largest prize of its kind for early-career scientists.
Congratulations to Arka Adhikari and Ofer Kimchi! They are our two undergraduate academic prize winners for their independent work submitted for the completion of the Certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics.