Seminars & Announcements
Recent Advances on Particle Systems in Kinetic Theory -
A celebration of Sasha Bobylev's impact in the mathematics and computations of kinetic theory
May 8-12, 2017,
Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences (ICES)
Interacting particle transport or kinetic collisional modeling was introduced in the last quarter of the nineteenth century by L. Boltzmann and J.C. Maxwell, independently, giving birth to the area of mathematical Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics. These types of evolution models concern a class of non-local, and non-linear integro-differential problems whose rigorous mathematical and numerical approximating treatments are at the center of current scientific developments.
Their applications range from rarefied elastic and inelastic gas dynamics including very low temperature regimes for quantum interactions, collisional plasmas and electron transport in nanostructures, to self-organized or social interacting dynamics.
This event is dedicated to A.V. Bobylev on his seventieth birthday.
Invited talks at ICM 2018
April 15 , 2017
Lewis Bowen, Sean Keel, and Alan Reid have been invited to present 45 min talks at the International Congress of Mathematicians 2018 in Rio de Janeiro. We congratulate them for this high distinction.
CWUR ranks "interdisciplinary applications of math" at UT #1 in the world
April 3 , 2017
The Center of World University Rankings (CWUR) has released their new worldwide rankings today. It
rates UT Austin globally Rank 1 in Interdisciplinary Applications of Mathematics, and Rank 5 in
Applied Mathematics. This is a great distinction for both the Department of Mathematics and ICES.
See the complete list
Taillefumier has been awarded a Sloan Fellowship
March 17 , 2017
The Sloan Foundation today announced that
Thibaud Taillefumier has been awarded a 2017 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship.
The complete list of recipients is available at
Milicia Cudina to receive John Durbin Teaching Award
March 3 , 2017
Milicia Cudina has been selected to receive the 2017 John Durbin Teaching award. This is a distinguished recognition of Milicia's service to the Actuarial Program, in particular her development and teaching of M339D and M339W.