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Peter Ebenfelt - 2020 AMS Bergman Prize

Professor Peter Ebenfelt has been awarded the 2020 Bergman Prize by the American Mathematical Society (AMS). See AMS news release.

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2020-2021 Powell Dissertation Fellowships

Congratulations to the following Ph.D. students who have been awarded the 2020-2021 Department of Mathematics Powell Dissertation Fellowship: Yingjia Fu, Xindong Tang, Yucheng Tu, Jaqueline Warren, Yizhe Zhu

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Math Industry Day - March 3, 2021

Math Industry Day: Careers in Computer Science

Math Industry Day

The Department of Mathematics in collaboration with the Student Success Center is hosting a Math Industry Day: Careers in Computer Science webinar on Wednesday, March 3rd from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM. The event will feature presentations by industry speakers as they share more about their academic and career journey, their current company, top skills they are seeking in a successful candidate, and more! Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions in advance as well as participate in the live Q & A.

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Learn more about the speakers here.


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Tuesday  •  March 2, 2021

10:00am  •  Zoom ID 967 4109 3409 (email Nattalie Tamam or Brandon Seward for the password)

Sam Mellick - Postdoctoral Scholar

Math 211 - Group Actions Seminar

11:00am  •  For zoom information contact

Sven Raum
    Right angled Hecke operator algebras and representation theory

Math 243 - Functional Analysis Seminar

11:00am  •  Zoom Meeting ID: 950 6794 9984

Daniel P. Robinson
    A Fast Second-order Method for Group-Sparse Optimization

Center for Computational Mathematics Seminar

2:00pm  •  Please see email with subject ``Zoom for Thought Information."

Evangelos ``Vaki" Nikitopoulos
    Partial Seussification of a Proof of Liouville's Theorem using Brownian Motion

Zoom for Thought

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Jelena Bradic


Applied Probability, High Dimensional Statistics, Stochastic Optimization, Asymptotic Theory

The Department of Mathematics at UC San Diego

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We are guided by an inclusive and equitable ethos: all who wish to learn and contribute are welcome and valued.

It is central to our mission as a research and educational institution to offer support and encouragement to each member of our community so that they may thrive in our environment.

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