Two Georgia Tech ACO Alumni Win Mathematics Prizes

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Georgia Tech's Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization (ACO) program, jointly sponsored by the School of Mathematics, the College of Computing, and the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, is celebrating awards for two of its alumni. Luke Postle, who received his ACO PhD in 2012, has won the 2021 Coxeter-James Prize from the Canadian Mathematical Society for his groundbreaking work on graph theory. Also, Adam W. Marcus (ACO PhD 2008) has won the Michael and Sheila Held Prize from the  National Academy of Sciences for "outstanding, innovative, creative, and influential research in the areas of combinatorial and discrete optimization, or related parts of computer science."

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