Mathematicians and engineers from Georgia Tech and Carnegie Mellon discuss how network and game theories provide a different way to control the spread of infectious disease.
This award was established in 2005 through a gift from School of Mechanical Engineering's Regents’ Professor Emeritus Geoffrey Eichholz.
Award-winning plan will study challenging problems in contemporary statistics and data science, and includes mentorship and educational activities for junior researchers and high school students.
Two SoM faculty have been invited to speak at the Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM) this year.
ACO alum Adam Marcus (PhD 2008) and collaborators won one more accolade for their breakthrough work Kadison-Singer problem and on Ramanujan graphs, and the underlying theory that leads to new connections between computer science, mathematics and physics.
Luke Postle (ACO PhD 2012) Awarded Coxeter-James Prize for Work in Graph Theory
“Theory plus data” guides the Southeast Center for Mathematics and Biology; some of its Georgia Tech members share updates on research projects and the 3rd Annual SCMB Symposium
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