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Jack Dongarra, recipient of the 2021 Turing Award, visits UNM on 10/10/2022

September 25, 2022

The University of New Mexico is planning a celebration Monday, Oct. 10 in honor of alumnus Jack Dongarra, the recipient of the 2021 The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) A.M. Turing Award - often referred to as the “Nobel Prize of computing... read more

Schroder, Zhang, Wearing receive awards

September 6, 2022

Kudos to three of our faculty, Jacob Schroder, Helen Wearing and Guoyi Zhang who received awards as Lead PIs or coPIs from different agencies: LLNL, CDCP and NSF. Kudos to all of you who keep applying for internal and external support!   Lead PI:... read more

Deborah Sulsky awarded large DOE grant

September 3, 2022

 Emeritus Professor Deborah Sulsky (CCed) has been awarded one of seven large grants as  part of a $70 Million to Improve Supercomputer Model of Earth's Climate System recently announced by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) https://climatemodeling... read more

Alumni Ralph Gomez featured in the Notices of the AMS

August 17, 2022

Alumni Ralph Gomez  is featured in the September 2022 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society https://www.ams.org/journals/notices/202208/rnoti-p1337.pdf?adat=September%202022&trk=2526&cat=career&galt=none DOI: https://... read more

Ana Parra Lombard receives Outstanding Staff Award

July 19, 2022

Please join me in congratulating Ana Parra Lombard who has been awarded the Provost Committee for Staff (PCS) Outstanding Staff Award. The Committee's Chair also sent this message: We had a large pool of nominees, so you should be proud that you... read more

Schroder, F. Christensen, Champine have been promoted and Korotkevich, Skripka, Zinchenko, Chaudhry, Greenberg were promoted last year

July 15, 2022

Please join us congratulating the newly promoted faculty Jacob Schroder, who received tenure and promotion to Associate professor. Fletcher Christensen, who received a second probationary period as Assistant Professor. Karen Champine, who was... read more