Congratulations to Professor Katia Consani on her selection as a member of the 2024 class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society.
News & Announcements Archive
Fall 2023 Algebra and Number Theory Day will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2023 at Johns Hopkins University. The speakers will be Sean Howe (Utah), Eric Larson (Brown), Isabel Vogt (Brown), and Xinwen Zhu (Stanford).
The Department of Mathematics congratulates Professors Chris Sogge and Ziquan Zhuang on winning the Frontiers of Science Awards at the inaugural International Congress on Basic Science. Click the title above for details.
The Department of Mathematics congratulates Professor Emily Braley on being awarded the 2022–23 Difference Maker Award from the JHU FLI Network for her efforts supporting the growth and success of First Generation and Limited Income students at JHU.
The Department of Mathematics congratulates Mira Wattal on being awarded one of Graduate Research Fellowships in Topology by the NSF. Mira got her BA in Mathematics from JHU in 2020. She is currently a graduate student at Boston College. In 2020, Mira worked as a research assistant for Math Professor Emily Riehl, which lead to a publication in La Matematica.
Spring 2023 Algebra and Number Theory Day will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2023 at Johns Hopkins University. The speakers will be Ben Elias (Oregon), Lillian Pierce (Duke), and Sug Woo Shin (Berkeley).
Congratulation to Professor Ziquan Zhuang on being awarded a 2023 Sloan Research Fellowship. Prof. Zhuang is one of 126 outstanding early-career researchers honored this year. He is recognized for his contributions in the field of algebraic geometry.
While the concept of infinity may seem mysterious, mathematicians have developed processes to reason the strange properties of infinity. Professor Emily Riehl has been challenged to explain infinity to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert.
Congratulation to Professor Fei Lu on being awarded a CAREER grant from the NSF. Prof. Lu's award project, titled “Learning kernels in operators from high-dimensional data: scalable algorithms, theory, and applications”, aims to develop a unified computational approach for the nonparametric learning of kernels/functions in operators from high- or infinite-dimensional data, and introduce scalable algorithms with performance guarantees in a variational framework.
Congratulation to Professor Christopher Sogge on being awarded a prestigious fellowship from the Simons Foundation. Prof. Sogge will use this fellowship to travel to visit his collaborators, continuing his work on Harmonic Analysis on Riemannian manifolds. He plans to spend a couple of months visiting the University of Washington, Seattle, and he also plans to visit UCLA.