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Unofficial CMSE Schedule of Courses
Unofficial CMSE Schedule of Courses

An unofficial academic calendar for CMSE has been created using Google Calendar. All of the CMSE classes for Fall'16, Spring'17, Fall'17, and Spring'18 are in the calendar. University holidays have been taken into account and are marked on the calendar.

Check it out here: https://goo.gl/WP4qxL 

May 2, 2017
Computing Minimal Interpolants in C^1,1(R^d)
Computing Minimal Interpolants in C^1,1(R^d)

Ariel Herbert-Voss, Matthew J. Hirn, & Frederick McCollum published a paper in Revista Mathematica Iberoamericana for their work on Computing Minimal Interpolants.

Link: http://www.ems-ph.org/journals/show_abstract.php?issn=0213-2230&vol=33&iss=1&rank=2

April 12, 2017
Electron-ion Temperature Equilibration in Hydrogen Plasmas within the Coupled-mode Regime
Electron-ion Temperature Equilibration in Hydrogen Plasmas within the Coupled-mode Regime

The Murillo Group has released a new paper published by Physical Review E on April 10th, 2017 about Hydrogen Plasmas within the Coupled-mode Regime.

Link: https://journals.aps.org/pre/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevE.95.043202

April 10, 2017
The Zombie Apocalypse is upon CMSE
The Zombie Apocalypse is upon CMSE

CMSE 201 students use compartmental models to show various outcomes of a zombie apocalypse

April 10, 2017
MSU researcher receives Human Frontier Science Program grant for international collaboration
MSU researcher receives Human Frontier Science Program grant for international collaboration

Michigan State University Assistant Professor Alex Dickson, along with collaborators in Australia and Germany, has received a three-year, $1.2 million Human Frontier Science Program grant.

April 7, 2017
Recent improvements in computational methods could lead to a much healthier future
Recent improvements in computational methods could lead to a much healthier future

Advances in computational methods could lead to a better understanding of human health and the disease process, or the development of new cures for diseases. Four MSU Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology scientists are hard at work, pushing the boundaries of these methods to enrich their research.

April 3, 2017
CMSE faculty Michael Murillo's paper was published by the American Physical Society's Physical Review Letters.
CMSE faculty Michael Murillo's paper was published by the American Physical Society's Physical Review Letters.

M. S. Murillo & M. Marciante published a new paper on Thermodynamic and Kinetic Properties in Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 025001 – 10 January 2017
Link: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.118.025001
 

March 27, 2017
Ming Yan receives grant from NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences as Principal Investigator
Ming Yan receives grant from NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences as Principal Investigator

The National Science Foundation's Division of Mathematical Sciences awarded $150,000 to Ming Yan as Principal Investigator on his grant "Asynchronous parallel stochastic frameworks with convergence guarantee for solving large-scale fixed point problems."
 

March 26, 2017
CMSE Faculty Alexei Bazavov and Huey-Wen Lin awarded as GLCVB Community Champions
CMSE Faculty Alexei Bazavov and Huey-Wen Lin awarded as GLCVB Community Champions

Faculty Huey-Wen Lin and Alexei Bazavov received the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau Community Champions award.

http://www.lansing.org/greater-lansing-cvb/greater-lansing-community-champions/

March 25, 2017
CMSE scientist Alex Dickson in an international team awarded a grant from the Human Frontier Science Program
CMSE scientist Alex Dickson in an international team awarded a grant from the Human Frontier Science Program

CMSE scientist Alex Dickson  along with an international  team including Danny Hatters, Simon Ebbinghaus, and Hannah Nicholas, were awarded a Program Grant from the Human Frontier Science Program entitled "Defining the capacity of cells to keep the proteome folded over space and time." 

March 24, 2017
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