Dr. Mariana Montiel was invited to Spain by the Mathematics Institute of the University of Seville, and the city of Almonte, to give the plenary talk at their first Meeting on Mathematics and Music, that took place on October 5th and 6th, 2019. She also gave a colloquium talk on some results from her research… more »
Dr. Florian Enescu was awarded a National Science Foundation grant titled “SHF:Small: Collaborative Research: Rectification of Arithmetic Circuits with Craig Interpolants in Algebraic Geometry” as sole PI for the duration 06/15/2019 to 05/30/22, CCF-1910368. The budget is $189,861 and the link is here.
Dr. Michael Stewart, as the sole principal investigator, received a National Science Foundation grant DMS-1913096 entitled “Sparsity Preserving Algorithms for Rank Structured Systems” for $186,676.00 during 9/1/2019–8/31/2022. More information about this award can be found here.
Dr. Jun Kong received a National Institute of Health grant entitled “Computational pathology software for integrative cancer research with three- dimensional digital slides” for 2019-2022. More information and postdoc recruit announcement can be found below.
Federal Agent: NIH/NCI
Title: “Computational pathology software for integrative cancer research with three- dimensional digital slides”
Amount: ~ 1.14M
Period:… more »
Dr. Xiaojing Ye, as the sole Principal Investigator, received a National Science Foundation grant DMS-1925263, 09/01/2019-08/31/2022, $207,663, entitled “ATD: Algorithms for Point Processes on Networks for Threat Detection”. This work studies the inference, optimization, and control problems of point processes on networks using jump stochastic differential equations and deep learning approach. More information about this… more »
Dr. Guantao Chen, as the PI, received an NSF grant DMS-1855716, 7/1/2019 – 6/30/2022, $179,110 ($119,020 for the first two years), entitled “Edge Coloring and Edge Cover Packing.” The main topic of this project is to attack a number fundamental graph edge coloring problems using some cutting-edge re-coloring techniques developed by the PI and his… more »
Dr. Igor Belykh, as the sole Principal Investigator, received a National Science Foundation grant DMS-1909924, 08/15/2019-07/31/2022, $478,754, entitled “Modern Approaches to Modeling and Predicting Bridge Instabilities.” This grant will contribute to experimentally-validated dynamical systems approaches to understanding mechanisms of the dynamical instability of bridges and other complex mechanical structures interacting with pedestrian loads. The grant… more »
The Math & Stat Club at GSU held its first event of the semester, the Fall Kick-Off, on Tuesday, September 4th, at 1:00pm-4:00pm in Student Center West room 464. The event was very successful. During the event, students and faculty advisors talked each other and played various board games together.
Dr. Jun Kong, as a principal investigator, receives a pilot grant entitled “Computational Analysis of Cell Migration Dynamics with Lattice Light Sheet Microscopy” from Winship Cancer Institute. More information about this grant can be found here.
Dr. Yi Jiang and Dr. Jun Kong, as Principal Investigators, receive a National Institute of Health grant NIH/NEI/1R01EY028450, 6/2018-5/2023, $1,635,722 (MPI: John Nickerson, Yi Jiang, Jeffery Boatright, Hans Grossniklaus, Jun Kong), entitled “The RPE and Restoration of the Blood Retina Barrier”