Sixty five mathematical scientists from around the world have been named Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) for 2019, the program's seventh year.
Los Angeles Math Circle (LAMC), a UCLA mathematics department K-12 enrichment program directed by Olga Radko, opened its doors for the 11th year.
UCLA professors have received a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop and implement a graduate education program to help train the next generation of scientific leaders to use “big data” analysis to tackle complex societal problems.
UCLA Mathematics Emeritus Professor Ronald Miech recently passed away. Ronald served the Department for 44 years and was instrumental in the history of actuarial mathematics at UCLA. In 1978, Ronald and Ira L. Boyle, FSA, founded the actuarial program to help meet a growing need for actuaries.
UCLA Math Professor Mason Porter and UCLA Psychology Assistant Professor Carolyn Parkinson (lead PI) have been awarded a large NSF grant to research how real-world interaction networks shape and are shaped by neural information processing.