Brown professor receives von Neumann prize

PROVIDENCE – Chi-Wang Shu, Brown University’s Theodore B. Stowell University professor of applied mathematics, has been named the recipient of the John von Neumann Prize from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. The prize, according to SIAM, is awarded annually to an individual for outstanding and distinguished contributions to the field of applied mathematics…
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