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Timo de Wolff has been awarded a prestigious Emmy Noether Fellowship by the DFG which will fund a junior research group under his direction for five years at the Technical University of Berlin.

For the third year in a row, Distinguished Professor and Holder of the Koss Professorship in Mathematics Ron DeVore is among Thomson Reuters' Highly Cited Researchers. CoS article is here.

The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Medicine, and Science are teaming up for a Nobel Prizes `Symposium' Friday, Dec. 2 at 4:00pm in the Hawking Auditorium. Eric Rowell will elucidate some ideas behind the Physics Prize involving topological phases of matter. See also CoS article and Eagle article.

Graduate students Sourav Dutta and Fulvio Gesmundo awarded the L.F.Guseman Prize in Mathematics.

EVENTS Monday, January 23

Colloquium - Junehyuk Jung Junehyuk Jung, B220 Jan 24 4:00pm

Number Theory Seminar

Matt Papanikolas (Texas A&M University) Limits of Bernoulli-Carlitz numbers

B220 Jan 25 1:45pm

Matt Papanikolas (Texas A&M University) Limits of Bernoulli-Carlitz numbers

B220 Jan 25 1:45pm

Noncommutative Geometry Seminar

Alexander Engel (Texas A&M University) Counter-examples to the Burghelea conjecture

B628 Jan 25 2:00pm

Alexander Engel (Texas A&M University) Counter-examples to the Burghelea conjecture

B628 Jan 25 2:00pm

AMUSE

Dr. Michael Anshelevich (Texas A&M University, Department of Mathematics) REU Information Session

B220 Jan 25 6:00pm

Dr. Michael Anshelevich (Texas A&M University, Department of Mathematics) REU Information Session

B220 Jan 25 6:00pm

Groups and Dynamics Seminar

Phillip Wesolek (Binghamton University) Elementary amenable groups and the space of marked groups

B220 Jan 26 3:00pm

Phillip Wesolek (Binghamton University) Elementary amenable groups and the space of marked groups

B220 Jan 26 3:00pm