Comments on: Four University of Texas at Austin Researchers Receive Presidential Early Career Science and Engineering Awards
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The University of Texas at AustinThu, 08 May 2014 18:36:27 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1By: Richard Tropp
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Richard TroppWed, 15 Jul 2009 20:40:46 +0000http://www.utexas.edu/news/?p=8331#comment-732I saw your article about PECASE winners. In addition, my son, Joel A. Tropp, a University of Texas at Austin graduate (Ph.D. in computational and applied mathematics, 2004; M.S. in computational and applied mathematics, 2001; magma cum laude, B.S. in mathematics with special honors and B.A. in Plan II, 1999) and now an assistant professor of applied and computational mathematics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), also won a 2009 PECASE for work in developing new algorithms for solving inverse problems, a basic challenge that arises throughout the mathematical sciences. His work has been sponsored by the Office of Naval Research. More <a href="http://www.eas.caltech.edu/" rel="nofollow">information is at Caltech</a> online.
I saw your article about PECASE winners. In addition, my son, Joel A. Tropp, a University of Texas at Austin graduate (Ph.D. in computational and applied mathematics, 2004; M.S. in computational and applied mathematics, 2001; magma cum laude, B.S. in mathematics with special honors and B.A. in Plan II, 1999) and now an assistant professor of applied and computational mathematics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), also won a 2009 PECASE for work in developing new algorithms for solving inverse problems, a basic challenge that arises throughout the mathematical sciences. His work has been sponsored by the Office of Naval Research. More information is at Caltech online.
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