Applied Mathematics Program Awarded a RTG Grant by the National Science Foundation
The Applied Mathematics Program at Columbia University has been awarded a $1.9 million Research Training Group (RTG) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to create a cutting-edge research and training program in modern applied mathematics. The theme of the project is physics- and data-based modeling, analysis and computation.
This RTG project is a joint effort of the Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, the Department of Mathematics, and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Receiving this prestigious NSF award is a recognition of the prominence in applied mathematics research on Columbia’s campus, centered around APAM.
For more information, please see the NSF award announcement.