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Two highly impressive mathematicians have been awarded the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics by CityU for their significant contributions to applying mathematics to solving cross-disciplinary problems.
An internationally acclaimed scholar of wavelet theory, who has significantly advanced digital data processing, has been awarded the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics 2018 by CityU.
Professor Stanley Osher has been awarded the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics 2016 by CityU.
A master in algorithm who has advanced the frontiers of computational mathematics and engineering has been awarded the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics 2014 by CityU.
Professor James Murray, a world pioneer in applying mathematical modeling in biological and medical sciences and in addressing matrimonial problems, has been awarded the second William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics by CityU.
CityU has awarded the first William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics to Professor George Papanicolaou, Professor of Mathematics of Stanford University, in recognition of his exceptional contributions across a wide spectrum of research areas in applied mathematics.
The Fourth Pacific Rim Conference on Mathematics opened at CityU on 7 December, bringing together an esteemed collection of mathematicians from around the region and marking the tenth anniversary of the University’s Liu Bie Ju Centre for Mathematical Sciences.
During a three-week visit to CityU in June, world renowned mathematician Professor Jean-Pierre Bourguignon, Director of Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques conducted the third lecture of the William Benter Distinguished Lecture Series on 15 June.