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Boris Glavic, assistant professor of computer science, along with collaborators from the University of Buffalo and New York University, has received almost $405,000 as a subcontractor on a $2.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a project that aims to make data cleaning...
Each December, College of Science faculty and staff are selected as winners of annual awards for excellence based on nominations by their peers. This year’s winners include: Excellence in Teaching: Hemanshu Kaul, associate professor of applied mathematics, won this year’s award for best...
Leaders of the mathematics and science education department were chosen as keynote presenters for the International Forum on STEM and Science and Technology Innovation Education Conference in Shanghai, China, November 9-12, 2016.  The Chinese Society of Education organized the annual Forum....
Research conducted by Andrey Rogachev, assistant professor of chemistry, along with his graduate students, has been published in a recent issue of the journal Organometallics. The project, which is a collaboration with experimentalists from University at Albany, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg...
John Zasadzinski, physics professor and Paul and Suzi Schutt Endowed Chair in Science, is co-author and co-editor of a new book, Josephson Junctions: History, Devices and Applications (Pan Sanford). The book will be available in December. Electric current flows in a superconductor through...
Elizabeth Friedman, director of professional master’s programs and new initiatives in the College of Science, presented on a panel at the National Professional Science Master’s Association 7th Annual Conference, November 10-11 in Washington, D.C. Friedman was a founding member of the...
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Dong “Kevin” Jin has been named as a recipient of a Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. Similar to the National Science Foundation CAREER Award, the YIP is a prestigious award given to junior...
A recent APS Highlight by Argonne National Laboratory explores innovative catalysis research by Adam Hock, associate professor of chemistry; David Gidalevitz, associate professor of physics; and their graduate students and collaborators. The researchers used the Advanced Photon Source (...
Vinesh Kannan (CS 2nd year)—Camras scholar, board member of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization, and co-creator of Omnipointment—has received a number of recent recognitions: Future Founders’ U.Pitch: Kannan is a semifinalist in this pitch competition, which will take place on...
Martin Hairer, who won the Fields Medal in 2014, visited Illinois Tech’s Department of Applied Mathematics on October 27 to meet with faculty and students and deliver a lecture, “Ergodic theory of singular stochastic PDEs.” The Fields Medal is regarded as the highest honor a mathematician can...

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