Congratulations to PhD Candidate Katrina Morgan and Assistant Professor Yaiza Canzani for their features with “Endeavors,” the online magazine of research and creative activity at UNC-Chapel Hill. Endeavors (ISSN 1933-4338) is published by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research … Continued
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Check out what our friends over in Marine Sciences are working on in the Joint Applied Math and Marine Sciences @UNCFluidsLab Lab! Go with the Flow For more information about the Fluids Lab, click here.
Greetings, We are extending this invitation to participate in the Duke Datathon this February! Datathons are a new type of live-action competition for STEM students. They are analogous to “Hackathons” for software engineers, but instead of building apps, contestants use real-world data to develop … Continued
Hello everyone, Announcement – There will be no Closed Course Request Forms for Spring 2018 on the math website. If you have any questions or concerns about Math course registration for Spring 2018, please reach out to Elizabeth Davidson at … Continued
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing this week of Rudy Horne, who was a postdoctoral fellow in Mathematics at UNC from 2002 until 2005. Rudy was a person with enormous spirit and he cheered … Continued
Hello Applied Math faculty and students, Please consider creating a project for the 2018 RTP Hackathon. The event is being hosted by NCBI and the UNC Curriculum in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and will run March 12th-14th. The goal of … Continued
Congratulations to our graduate students Wesley Hamilton, Paul Kruse, Andrew Prudhom, and Chen Shen who have been selected to participate in the Future Faculty Fellowship Program next semester. This is a great program, organized by the Center for Faculty Excellence, … Continued
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Congratulations to Professor Mark McCombs, winner of the Math Department Halloween Candy Guessing Game! There were 86 tootsie rolls in the jar, and Mark guessed 85. Congratulations, Mark! And Happy Halloween, from the Math Department!
Morgan’s article on the math and science behind analog and digital recording was posted on the Scientific American Observations Blog on Wednesday. The piece discusses auditory perception, the history of analogue playback, the Fourier transform, and the Sampling Theorem. Morgan … Continued