ICM Winners

The team of Duke University students Vinit Ranjan, Junmo Ryang and Albert Xue was designated Outstanding in the 2019 Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM).  This year 11,262 teams representing institutions from fifteen countries/regions... read more »

Joseph Rabinoff

Incoming faculty member Joseph Rabinoff, along with his colleagues Omid Amini, Matt Baker and Erwan Brugallé, were awarded "Best Article" by Research in the Mathematical Sciences (RiMS) for their paper, "Lifting harmonic morphisms I: metrized... read more »

Cynthia Rudin

Demonstrating the real-world impact of interdisciplinary research, a team of two machine learning experts and two neurologists used interpretable models to predict seizures in ICU patients. Duke University's... read more »

Jonathan Mattingly, Chair of Mathematics Department

Mathematics Department chair Jonathan Mattingly has been awarded the James B. Duke distinguished professorship.  Distinguished professorships recognize both exceptional achievement and the potential for future accomplishments. They are awarded to... read more »

Top 5% of Undergraduate Instructors in Natural Sciences

The Math department congratulates its faculty members Tori Akin, Rann Bar-on, Sarah Schott, Hugh Bray and Tom Witelski.  They have been recognized by Academic Affairs for their contribution to teaching excellence at Duke.  These faculty are in the... read more »

AMS The Next Generation of Mathematics:  Matt Junge and Ma Luo

Duke Math Department's Matt Junge and graduate alumni Ma Luo are included in the AMS' Next Generation of Mathematics.  These Early-Career AMS (American Mathematical Society) members share something about themselves: What do you miss most about... read more »

Jonathan Mattingly, Chair of Mathematics Department

DURHAM, N.C. -- On March 26, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a North Carolina lawsuit that could end partisan gerrymandering for good -- and a mode of analysis developed at Duke University could impact their decision. The nation’s highest... read more »

Women in Science - UNESCO

Ingrid Daubechies is one of five outstanding women scientists from different parts of the world recognized for their excellence in the fields of material science, mathematics and computer science.  They will each receive € 100,000 and will be... read more »

Vahid Tarokh

Vahid Tarokh, the Rhodes Family Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named members of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). Election to the NAE is one of the highest professional distinctions for engineers.  Tarokh was... read more »

Xiuyuan Cheng

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation congratulates the winners of the 2019 Sloan Research Fellowships. These 126 early-career scholars represent the most promising scientific researchers working today. Their achievements and potential place them among the... read more »