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Professor Andrea Bertozzi and her team enhance existing theory behind “tears of wine” phenomenon

On March 5th, professor Andrea Bertozzi gave a talk entitled “Tears of wine and shock dynamics” at the 2019 annual physics conference hosted by the American Physical Society. Bertozzi and her team revisit the classical problem of “tears of wine” and enhance the existing theory. The new theory reveals missing dynamics in this problem which involves non-classical shocks.Other UCLA researchers working […]

Professor emeritus V.S. Varadarajan establishes the Ramanujan Visiting Professorship

Photo caption: UCLA mathematics professor emeritus V.S. Varadarajan and his wife, Veda The Department has received $1 million from mathematics professor emeritus V.S. Varadarajan and his wife, Veda, to establish the Ramanujan Visiting Professorship. The new position honors renowned Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, who made substantial contributions to mathematics in the early 1900s. The post will help […]

UCLA Putnam team ranks #3 nationwide

In the 2018 Putnam Mathematical Competition, the UCLA team (Ciprian-Mircea Bonciocat, Xiaoyu Huang, Konstantin Miagkov) was ranked #3 out of 568 institutions. This is the best result in UCLA’s history, matching the performances in 1968 and 2012. Individually, two students (Xiaoyu Huang and Kaiqi Zhu) received a prize for ranking in the top 27 nationwide, […]

Grad student Baichuan Yuan awarded 2019 NIJ’s Graduate Research Fellowship

UCLA Math graduate student and research assistant, Baichuan Yuan, has been awarded the 2019 National Institute of Justice’s Graduate Research Fellowship. The award will fund Yuan’s research on “Large-Scale Deep Point Process Models for Crime Forecasting” over the next two years in collaboration with the Gang Reduction & Youth Development program (GRYD) in Los Angeles and Los Angeles […]

FIM – Institute for Mathematical Research to hold conference in honor of Professor William Duke

The Forschungsinstitut für Mathematik (FIM) or Institute for Mathematical Research will host a conference on June 17-21, 2019 at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETH Zürich) in Switzerland. In honor of UCLA Math Professor William (Bill) Duke’s 61st birthday, several speakers will give talks covering his research interests, including arithmetic, geometry, and modular forms. For […]

Creating an SSH Proxy Tunnel with PuTTY

Some websites available to Math Department members are filtered by the network the traffic originates on.  In particular, connections to http://www.ams.org/mathscinet/  must come from a registered UCLA Math IP address to gain full access.  If you are browsing this site from off-campus, and you have a Mathnet Linux account, you can use this proxy setup to […]

PIC REU Windows Software List

Name Version 7-Zip 16.04 (x64)  16.04 Adobe Acrobat Reader DC 18.011.20040 Adobe Flash Player 29 29.0.0.171  Android Studio 1 CutePDF Writer 3.2  3.2 Git version 2.14.1 2.14.1 IrfanView 4.50 (32-bit) 4.5 Java 8 Update 151 8.0.1510.12 Java Auto Updater 2.8.151.12  LabStats 5.2.50101.167 Maple 2018 MATLAB  R2018a Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 12.0.6612.1000  Microsoft Silverlight 5.1.50907.0 […]

Wi-Fi Networks Available for Mathematics Department

Available WiFi Networks There are two types of networks available for Mathematics Department. UCLA-MATHNET ​Eduroam (Education Roaming) What is UCLA-MATHNET?  UCLA-MATHNET is a wireless network provided and managed by the Mathematics Department. It is available for current graduate students, faculty and staff members of Mathematics department. If you have any trouble connecting to this network, please visit […]