Recent News

  • Two Applied Math undergraduates have won the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s outstanding graduate awards for this semester’s December graduating class.
    Ilana Trumble has won the Outstanding Graduate of the College award. She has done research at the Anschutz Medical Campus with University of Colorado Cancer Center surveying mutation data of kinases, which are common targets for drugs to treat cancer patients. She has worked with Shannon Hughes in the ECEE department as part of the Discovery Learning Apprenticeship program.  [...]

  • Applied Math Professor Adam Norris has been awarded a BFA Faculty Recognition Award. The Faculty Recognition Award is given to faculty members who demonstrate continued support of the CU community through their service activities. [...]

  • The Applied Math Department is filled with many talented individuals. Two of those, Professor Tom Manteuffel and Professor Emeritus Steve McCormick, are two of the most prolific SIAM authors. Manteuffel has authored the most articles, with 73 published from 1977 to today, according to Zentralblatt Math. [...]

  • From the award citation: "The SIAG on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures awards the 2014 Martin Kruskal Prize  to Mark Ablowitz For his seminal and important work, which has had a significant and lasting impact on the fields of nonlinear waves, integrable systems and optics. A boundless enthusiast, he has been an inspiration across disciplines and a leader of colleagues, of students, and across the applied mathematics and nonlinear waves community.’’

    The prize was awarded at the 2014 SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures  August 2014, at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, UK.  As part of the award, Ablowitz presented the Martin Kruskal Lecture. [...]