# News

Duke Mathematics professor Ingrid Daubechies was one of nine to be awarded an honorary degree from Harvard University. One of the world’s leading mathematicians, a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering, a... read more »

Blue Devil of the Week: Helping People Unlock Math's Mysteries
**Name:** Matthew Junge**Title:** Research Assistant Professor, Duke Department of Mathematics**Years at Duke:** 3
**What he does at Duke...** read more »

Duke Math Faculty Ingrid Daubechies was interviewed by Forbes Magazine, resulting in the article "... read more »

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Mathematics Tori Akin has been named one of the most innovative professors of 2019 by the education and training services company Arist for her approach to... read more »

The team of Duke University students Vinit Ranjan, Junmo Ryang and Albert Xue was designated Outstanding in the 2019 Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM) for their submission ... read more »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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:
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