Large NSF Grant Awarded to Math Faculty

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Professor Prasad Tetali is part of a team that has just been awarded $1.08M in NSF funding over the next three years to pursue research in Random Processes and Randomized Algorithms.

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Professor Prasad Tetali is part of a team that has just been awarded $1.08M in NSF funding over the next three years to pursue research in Random Processes and Randomized Algorithms. The team includes Tetali, Professors Santosh Vempala, Dana Randall, and Eric Vigoda from Tech's College of Computing, and Professor Daniel Stefankovic from the University of Rochester. Their project focuses on applications of randomized algorithms and random sampling to rigorously address problems across several disciplines including computer science, physics, biology, and mathematics.

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  • Created By: nmcleish3
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  • Created On: Apr 10, 2017 - 9:09am
  • Last Updated: Apr 10, 2017 - 9:09am