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Stuart Antman honored as SIAM Fellow

ISR-affiliated Professor Stuart Antman (Math/IPST) has been elected a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).

Fellowship honors SIAM members who have made outstanding contributions to the fields served by SIAM. Marcus is in the inaugural class of Fellows; the creation of the program was approved in 2008. The initial Fellows were selected from among those SIAM members for which certain previous recognition places them clearly among those intended to be recognized by the program. This includes members of certain national academies and corporate and laboratory fellowship programs, recipients of certain SIAM or ICIAM prizes, recent editors-in-chief of SIAM journals, and former SIAM presidents.

Antman studies a variety of dynamical and steady-state nonlinear problems for rods, shells, and three-dimensional solid bodies.

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May 13, 2009


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