Xu-Yan Chen Awarded 2021 SoM Fulmer Prize
Congratulations go to Associate Professor Xu-Yan Chen, the 2021 recipient of the SoM Fulmer Prize.
The prize recognizes Xu-Yan's work over a number of years, contributing significantly to student success with a broad impact on engineering students at Georgia Tech.
2021 School of Mathematics Fulmer Prize
We thank the late Howard Woodham (Georgia Tech alumnus, Engineering ’48) for the establishment of the Herman K. Fulmer Faculty Teaching Fund Endowment for the School of Mathematics (SoM), in memory of Professor Herman Fulmer, his former mathematics professor. Each year this award recognizes one of our faculty who exhibit genuine regard for undergraduate students during the first few years of their Engineering studies at Georgia Tech.
2021 Fulmer Prize: Xu-Yan Chen
The prize recognizes Xu-Yan’s significant contributions to student success, concentrated in engineering students. Over the past decade, Xu-Yan has been teaching a large number of students, particularly from engineering, in Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Calculus. In recent years he has taken on the role of Course Coordinator for Differential Equations (MATH 2552), also providing valuable materials for the other instructors in that course. His section is regularly requested by students, a further recognition of his dedication to student success.
Xu-Yan Chen is an Associate Professor in the School of Mathematics, who specializes in Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems.
Previous Fulmer Prize Winners