Interdisciplinary Mathematics Preparation And Career Training (IMPACT) Award

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Four faculty members in the College of Mathematics receive a large MCTP grant.

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Professors Christine Heitsch, Doug Ulmer, Brett Wick and Hao Min Zhou have received a large National Science Foundation Mentoring Through Critical Transition Points (MCTP) grant to support post-docs in the School of Mathematics. This five-year, $1.3M project is called IMPACT (Interdisciplinary Mathematics Preparation And Career Training). It will bring three cohorts of post-docs to Georgia Tech for three-year appointments, providing them with a variety of research, training, and mentoring opportunities centered around interactions between mathematics and other disciplines ("Math+X").  

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School of Mathematics

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  • Created By: math-csg1b
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  • Created On: Mar 20, 2017 - 10:48am
  • Last Updated: Mar 20, 2017 - 4:10pm