A key element in the UCLA team’s system is its ability to consistently generate water droplets of the same size and constant flowing speed. These water beads enable the system to effectively capture water vapor, without causing significant pressure drop, and hence fan power consumption.

UCLA mathematics professor Stan Osher, Cognitech Inc CEO Leonid Rudin and then PhD student Emad Fatemi, now sadly deceased, created a numerical algorithm that was instrumental in reconstructing the cleaned up image of the black hole captured in April 2017.

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UCLA mathematics professor Tim Austin has published a proof of the "weak Pinsker conjecture," first posed in the 1970s. Austin's work provides the building blocks for a better understanding of the mathematical descriptions of random change.

The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) has selected 28 members, including Professor Mason Porter (University of California, Los Angeles), to join the 2019 Class of SIAM Fellows.