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IAS Si Yuan Professor Gunther Uhlmann Awarded the Solomon Lefschetz Medal
16 Aug 2017
Prof Gunther Uhlmann, IAS Si Yuan Professor and Chair Professor of Mathematics, was selected by the Mathematical Council of the Americas to receive the Solomon Lefschez Medal “for his universally recognized leadership of the rich and difficult field of inverse problems”. His research was commended for its ability to “combine sophisticated micro local analysis with and excellent taste for concrete physical problems”.

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The Latest Issue of IAS Newsletter Released
29 Sep 2017
The HKUST Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) is committed to providing a knowledge hub to nurture talents in driving cutting edge research. This triannual IAS Newsletter shares the latest stories of our people and work.

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IAS Senior Fellow Honored with IEEE Photonics Society Aron Kressel Award
27 Jun 2017
IAS Senior Fellow Kei May Lau, Fang Professor of Engineering and Chair Professor of Electronic and Computer Engineering, is selected as the sole 2017 honoree of the Aron Kressel Award, an award given annually since 2000 by the IEEE Photonics Society. She was commended for her "exceptional contribution in hetero-epitaxy of highly mismatched III-V photonics devices by MOCVD" and its lasting impacts.

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The Latest Issue of IAS Newsletter Released
23 Feb 2017
The HKUST Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) is committed to providing a knowledge hub to nurture talents in driving cutting edge research. This triannual IAS Newsletter shares the latest stories of our people and work.

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"Long-Awaited Mathematics Proof" by IAS Si Yuan Professor Gunther Uhlmann and Team Featured on Nature
15 Feb 2017
A finding by Prof Gunther Uhlmann, IAS Si Yuan Professor and Chair Professor of Mathematics, and his team was featured on Nature. The mathematicians proposed a solution to a geometric problem that may help determine the inner structure of a complex object, such as the Earth, by using wave data sampled on its surface.

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