2012 Kirkman Medal award to Xiande Zhang Xiande Zhang’s research is in combinatorial design theory and its applications to bioinformatics, networks, database theory and coding theory. She had published 16 papers in mathematics and engineering journals, with a further two papers submitted to journals and two submitted to conference proceedings. Her nominators describe “an excellent discrete mathematician positioned in the top class of young combinatorialists”, who is “versatile, insightful, dedicated, productive and highly talented”.
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http://oemg-dmv-2017.sbg.ac.at/ Welcome to ÖMG - DMV 2017 in Salzburg, Austria September 11 - 15, 2017 The board of the Austrian Mathematical Society (ÖMG) and the organizing committee cordially invite to the 19th International Congress of the ÖMG from September 11-15, 2017 in Salzburg. This conference is also the Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung (DMV). The meeting takes place at Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät (Hellbrunner Str. 34/II). The scientific program starts on Monday, September 11, 2017 and ends in the evening of Thursday, September 14. In addition, a Teacher's Day will take place on Friday, September 15. Michael Oberguggenberger President, Austrian Mathematical Society Michael Röckner President, German Mathematical Union Clemens Fuchs Chairman, Local Organizing Committee The DVMLG is sponsoring Section 1, Algebra, Logic and Set Theory . For details see here . The PC ha
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T. S. (Scott) Michael Jan. 15, 1960 -Nov. 22, 2016 Passed away peacefully at home, following a long and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He leaves behind his mother, Anita Studen, brother Steven Michael, niece Savannah Michael and step-father Ronald Studen. Also step-sister Candace Cradeur, step-brother Peter Studen, and extended family. His father, Robert Michael, predeceased him in 2004. Christened Scott Michael at birth, he changed his name years later to T. S. Michael. T.S. grew up in Novato where he attended public schools, soon developing a life-long passion for mathematics. Following graduation from Novato High school, he majored in math at Cal Tech, where he graduated with honors in 1983. Five years later, he earned his doctorate degree in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. T. S. discovered that he especially loved teaching math, and eventually spent 26 very happy and satisfying years as an Associate Math Professor at the Unite