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Professors Rowan Killip and Monica Visan receive the

2023 Frontiers of Science Award

Professors Rowan Killip and Monica Visan were honored with the 2023 Frontiers of Science Award by the International Congress for Basic Science for their paper

### Professor Chenfanfu Jiang awarded Sony Faculty Innovation Award

Professor Chenfanfu Jiang has been awarded as one of the recipients for the 2022 Sony Faculty Innovation Award. He received the honor for his research

### UCLA Researchers, including Professor Andrea Bertozzi, receive $1 million NSF grant to develop quantum sensors

Pictured above: Prineha Narang (top left), Andrea Bertozzi (top right), Suzanne Paulson (bottom left) and Sunil Bhave (bottom right). “A team of UCLA researchers has

### UCLA Math PhD Students Awarded ‘Best Student Paper’ at SPIE DCS 2023 Conference

UCLA Math PhD students James Chapman, Bohan Chen, and Zheng Tan were awarded ‘Best Student Paper’ for the Algorithms for Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery XXX

### UCLA Math Alum Ronald Fedkiw ’96 named next Canon Professor at Stanford School of Engineering

UCLA Math Alum Ronald Fedkiw ’96 has been named the next Canon Professor in the School of Engineering. Fedkiw received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from

### Professor Andrea Bertozzi Inducted to UCLA Faculty Mentoring Honorary Society

Professor Andrea Bertozzi has been named a 2023 honoree of the UCLA Faculty Mentoring Honorary Society, alongside nine other faculty, for going above and beyond

### Professor Terence Tao Receives 2022 Grand Médaille of the French Academy of Sciences

Professor Terence Tao has been chosen as the 2022 recipient of the Grand Médaille of the French Academy of Sciences. “It is no exaggeration to call

### In Memoriam: Paul H. Roberts

It is with great sadness to write that Professor Emeritus Paul Roberts passed away on November 17th. He joined the UCLA Mathematics department in 1986

### UCLA Curtis Center Applied Mathematics Mentorship Program cultivates mathematical excellence in underrepresented youth

Through the Applied Mathematics Mentorship Program(AMMP), UCLA students are encouraging young Latino and Black seventh to ninth graders to incorporate math into their communities and