Francesca Bernardi, from Italy, studies fluid dynamics in the Joint Applied Mathematics and Marine Sciences Fluids Lab. Imagine a tube with some fluid flow in which another fluid is injected. As the fluids combine, researchers try to predict what happens … Continued
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Roberto Camassa’s research is very fluid. The Kenan Distinguished Professor of Applied Mathematics actively engages in collaborative projects ranging from oil spills to marine sciences to human disease. Click here for more on the story
An art historian, a costume designer, a math biologist, a biomedical engineer and a team of undergraduate researchers unite to reimagine a breathtaking 9th-century flying experiment — and make a notable contribution to early aviation history. More on this story; … Continued
The Carolina Women’s Leadership Council honored Michele Tracy Berger, Mark Fraser and M. Gregory Forest with 2017 Faculty Mentoring Awards. The council established the awards in 2006 to recognize faculty who mentor undergraduate students, graduate stu- dents and junior faculty. … Continued
Twenty-four faculty members and teaching assistants have been named winners of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s 2017 University Teaching Awards.
Mathematics Graduation Information 2017 (Updated April 4, 2017) Ceremony Location Carroll Hall, Room 111 (inside and air-conditioned) 114 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Enter through the main doors Doors open at 12:00 NOON (Note that you will not … Continued
This is our scaled up wave-pendulum machine which is a collaboration between the UNC Departments of Mathematics and Physics & Astronomy. It is being unveiled Friday on the lawn in front of Phillips Hall as part of UNCs art festival, Arts … Continued
Paul Cornwell was invited to give a talk at a minisymposium from March 29 – April 1 and on March 30, Paul was awarded the Student Paper Prize at the IMACS Nonlinear Waves meeting in Athens, GA. Huge Congratulations … Continued
The Alfred Brauer Lectures 2017 Professor Mikhail Khovanov Department of Mathematics, Columbia University Mikhail Khovanov is a recognized leader of the “categorification” program, which plays an important role in modern mathematics and physics. Khovanov earned his Ph.D. in 1997 under … Continued
Congratulations to Zeliha Kilic for being one of the winners for the Tanner Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching by Graduate Teaching Assistants.