Teng Lin selected as a CAM Fellow

Teng Lin has been named a 2005-06 Fellow of the Center for Applied Mathematics for his project on Transport in Biological Membranes Using Hamilton-Dirac Rigid-Body Molecular Dynamics

The Fellowship provides a nine-month stipend and travel funds for professional travel to technical meetings and is awarded to highly-talented graduate students for interdisciplinary research in applied mathematics.
Teng Lin
Chris Fennell wins SGI Award

Chris Fennell has been awarded the 2005 SGI Award for Computational Science and Visualization for his free energy studies on his newly discovered ice-i phase.

This award is sponsored by SGI, a leader in high performance computing and visualization technology. The award recognizes outstanding contributions by Notre Dame graduate students in the areas of computational sciences and visualization. These contributions may include applications of high performance computing and/or visualization technology, or the development of algorithms, codes, software environments or other tools for better using high performance computing. Awards are presented to graduate students in the Colleges of Science, Engineering and Arts and Letters.
Chris Fennell
Kyle Daily wins Emil T. Hofman Teaching Award

Kyle Daily has been awarded the Emil T. Hofman Award for Teaching in the First Year Program.
Kyle Daily
Prof. Gezelter gets Tenure

Everyone breathes easier and looks forward to the group dinner at LaSalle Grill. Or Long John Silver (Arrrrr...). It all depends on how many manuscripts we get out the door this summer.
Dan Gezelter