Andrea L. Bertozzi - News Articles from Research Group

Student and Postdoc News

June 2020 Congrats to Jacob Moorman for being awarded UCLA Dissertation Year fellowship for 2020-21 academic year
June 2020 Congrats to Christian Parkinson and Baichuan Yuan for defending and completing their PhD thesis.
Spring 2019 Congrats to Christian Parkinson for being awarded UCLA Dissertation Year fellowship for 2019-2020 academic year
Spring 2019 Congrats to Kevin Miller for being awarded three-year NDSEG graduate fellowship
Congrats to Baichuan Yuan for being awarded Department of Justice Graduate Fellowship - January 2019
August 2018 Congrats to Zach Boyd for successfully defending and completing his PhD thesis.
July 2018, Omri Azencot receives European Union fellowship
May 2018 Congrats to Xiyang Luo and Fangbo Zhang for successfully defending their PhD theses
April 2018 Congrats to Yoni Dukler for being awarded the NSF graduate research fellowship
January 2018 Congrats to Dr. Zhaoyi Meng for completing the PhD
Winter and Spring 2017 Congrats to Drs. Jeffrey Wong, Charlie Marshak, and Travis Meyer for completing the PhD
Spring 2017 Geoffrey Iyer receives Chateaubriand Fellowship to study in Grenoble, France during AY 2017-18
Spring 2017 Geoffrey Iyer Advances to Candidacy
Spring 2017 Baichuan Yuan Advances to Candidacy
Spring 2017 Fangbo Zhang receives Gursky Prize
Spring 2017 Michael Luo receives UCLA Dissertation Year Fellowship
Spring 2016 Jeffrey Wong receives UCLA Dissertation Year Fellowship
Summer 2016 Mihai Cucuringu to move to Alan Turing Institute Oxford/London
Winter 2016 Puck Rombach accepts tenure track position at Univ. Vermont
Spring 2015 Ekaterina Merkurjev and Katy Craig named UC President's Postdoctoral Fellows

Kleinman Prize

In July 2019 I was awarded SIAM's Kleinman Prize. Here is a link to an online article about it.

Machine Learning

Short article in Forbes - featuring Don Vaughn - first author on our paper about predicting hospitalizations from patient insurance claims: Predicting Hospitalization: Machine Learning Models On The Rise Jayshree Pandya, Forbes, May 19, 2019

Princeton Alumni Weekly Tiger of the Week

In August 2018 I was featured in Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW) as their 'Tiger of the Week'

National Academy of Sciences

In May 2018 I was elected to the US National Academy of Sciences. Here is the UCLA press release. Here is an article in SIAM News about it.

Simons Math + X Investigator Award - with California NanoSystems Institute

In June 2017 I was awarded a Math + X Investigator Award from the Simons Foundation. This will start a new Mathematical NanoSystems Initiative at UCLA. press release

News articles about this research:

  • Tears of wine created by gravity induced shock waves Martina Ribar Hestericová for Physics World, April 21, 2020.
  • O vinho "chora" quando é agitado (e os físicos explicam porquê), ZAP (Portugal), April 11, 2020
  • Physicists Discover Why Wine Has "Legs" When Swirled, Rachael Funnel, IFLSCIENCE!, April 3, 2020
  • Layal Liverpool, Wine 'legs' are made by a shock wave in a wineglass New Scientist, Pg. 16; Vol. 245; No. 3276, April 1, 2020
  • Dry Your Eyes: 'Wine Tears' Finally Explained by Science Collin Dreizen, Wine Spectator Magazine, March 30. 2020
  • Why a glass of wine cries, Nature, March 20, 2020. News article about our Phys Rev Fluids paper.
  • Michael Schriber, Synopsis: Why My Wine Glass Cries March 17, 2020, Physics 13, s36.
  • UCLA PhD student (supported by the Simons Foundation) Joe de Rutte receives a 2020 Innovation Award from the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) at the International Conference and Exhibition in San Diego, for "High-Throughput Encapsulation and Selection of Cells Based on Antibody Secretion Using Lab-on-a-Particle Technology". Joe was the only student finalist and was the 2nd student to win the award in its 16 year history.
  • Mike Breen, Solving the mystery of the wine legs, Mathematical Moments Podcast, American Mathematical Society, Oct 2, 2019.
  • Frieder Mugele, Droplet motion electrically controlled, News and Views, Nature, Aug. 21, 2019
  • Jennifer Ouellette, "Why is your wine crying? Scientists say shock waves likely play a role" Ars Technica, March 5, 2019
  • Mike Pomeranz, "Scientists Have Cracked the Code on `Wine Legs', and It Could Lead to Some Cool New Glassware", Food & Wine, March 6, 2019
  • Jenny Mahoney Tears of Joy: Mathematics of Wine Droplets Advanced Science News, March 26, 2019
  • Most People Don't Know Wine Moves Like This - EVERYDAY MYSTERY Physics Girl YouTube video, Oct 25, 2019
  • Taking a cue from spider webs, UCLA researchers snag fresh water with vapor capture system, by Matthew Chin, UCLA Newsroom April 12, 2019

    COVID-19 research

    May 28, 2020, Science Blog Study Of 2 Cities Shows Domestic Violence Reports On The Rise As COVID-19 Keeps People Home

    Highly Cited

    The Thomson Reuters citation index compiles an annual list of highly cited researchers. It used to be based on total citations. More recently it changed to look at papers cited in a ten year window and named those researchers with the most "highly cited" papers. Regardless of how the statistic is done, it's supposed to represent the top 1% of researchers in each field. In 2015 I was named on the list of Mathematics highly cited researchers and here is a link to the the UCLA press release, including the names of 29 UCLA scientists who made the highly cited list in their field. The 2016 list also included me : here is a link to a news article from my department. Clarivate Analytics is now responsible for this list.

    Named Chair

    In December 2012 I received a named Chair position at UCLA. Here is a link to the press release.

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