Seminars and Events

Friday, January 20, 2017

WWH 1302, 2:30PM
Frozen Gaussian approximation with surface hopping: a stochastic semiclassical algorithm for high dimensional Schroedinger equations
Jianfeng Lu, Duke

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

WWH 1314, 12:30PM
A Mathematical Model of the Rat Kidney: K+-Induced Natriuresis
Alan M. Weinstein, Weill Medical College of Cornell University

Friday, January 27, 2017

WWH 1302, 10:00AM
Solving Conic Optimization Problems with MOSEK
Erling Andersen, MOSEK
WWH 1302, 2:30PM
Extreme Events and Metastability in Fluids and Waves
Tobias Grafke, CIMS

Monday, January 30, 2017

WWH 1302, 3:45PM
High dimensional sparse approximation of elliptic PDEs with lognormal coefficients
Albert Cohen, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

WWH 1314, 12:30PM
Sensory transduction by active, noisy oscillators on the brink of self-oscillation
Dáibhid Ó Maoiléidigh, The Rockefeller University

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Message from the Director

New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences is a leading center for research and education in mathematics and computer science. For seventy-five years, we have contributed to U.S. and international science and engineering by promoting an integrated view of mathematics and computation.

The Courant Institute has played a central role in the development of applied mathematics, analysis, and computer science. Our faculty has received numerous national and international awards in recognition of their extraordinary research accomplishments. We are equally proud of our former students and postdoctoral associates who now provide leadership at universities, government laboratories, and private industry throughout the world.

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News & Announcements

Subhash Khot named a 2016 MacArthur Fellow

Citation: "Subhash Khot is a theoretical computer scientist whose work is providing critical insight into unresolved problems in the field of computational complexity. ... As computers come to drive ever more aspects of our lives, greater understanding of the limitations of computing is…

Predicting Cancer Progress

Bud Mishra's work on the PiCnlc program, which predicts possible ways in which cancer may spread in a patient, is featured in an article on National Public Radio.

Conserving Computer Art

Deena Engel and her students collaborate with the Guggenheim museum on conserving computer art -- often more ephemeral than art in physical media.

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