June 10, 2013|Golovin Assistant Professor Eleftherios Kirkinis and Professor Stephen Davis published in Physical Review Letters.
RTG graduate student Matthew Tanzy and RTG undergrad Melanie Nehrkorn presented at the inaugural NU-FIRST Symposium
May 29, 2013|Nehrkorn and Tanzy spoke to K-12 students about mathematical modeling
May 20, 2013|Melanie Nehrkorn will speak on "Nonlocal Competition Among Populations."
May 10, 2013|Researchers uncover organizational principles of biofilms.
April 26, 2013|Nir Yungster, an NU-PSOC trainee, is one of 6 recipients of the PSOC Poster Award.
April 15, 2013|Piet is the lead author of "Viscosity Control of the Dynamic Self-Assembly in Ferromagnetic Suspension."
April 2, 2013|Speer will continue her work in climate dynamics.
March 25, 2013|Professor Miksis will take part this spring in a new sabbatical program at Argonne National Laboratory designed to enhance collaboration between the two institutions.
March 11, 2013|Article was co-authored with Applied Math professors V. A. Volpert and A. Bayliss, and supported by the ESAM RTG project.
March 6, 2013|Vogl will continue his work on cell dessication at the University of Washington.
February 26, 2013|An interview with the Atlantic Cities illustrates mathematical modeling of the spread of disease.
Graduate student Danny Wells has been selected as a Chicago Biomedical Consortium Scholar class of 2013
January 10, 2013|Graduate student Danny Wells has been selected as a Chicago Biomedical Consortium Scholar class of 2013
December 17, 2012|Application of future technologies could be in medicine, chemistry and engineering
December 17, 2012|Dirk Brockmann, associate professor of engineering sciences and applied mathematics, has won the 2012 Cole-Higgins Award for Excellence in Teaching, and Aaron Packman, professor of civil and environmental engineering, has won the Cole-Higgins Award for Excellence in Advising.
December 11, 2012|It’s the least understood organ in the human body: the brain, a massive network of electrically excitable neurons, all communicating with one another via receptors on their tree-like dendrites. Somehow these cells work together to enable great feats of human learning and memory. But how?
December 3, 2012|Synchronization occurs widely in the natural and technological worlds, from the rhythm of applause and neuron firing1 to the quantum mechanics of coupled Josephson junctions2, but has not been used to produce new spatial structure.
October 30, 2012|Particles could become a safer, more effective delivery vehicle for gene therapy.
October 30, 2012|WTOP Radio Series: The goal of gene therapy is to deliver vital pieces of D-N-A to places in a patient where her own genetic material is defective. But that’s a real challenge.
September 19, 2012|ESAM Professor Dave Chopp has been selected for the 2011-2012 ASG Faculty and Administrator Honor Roll.
August 27, 2012|The ESAM department is saddened by the recent passing of James Farley. Farley was a long time member of the ESAM advisory board, and we will miss his long standing support and advice.
June 1, 2012|Professor Brockmann's research discovering similarities in the backbone structures of complex networks was recently published by the journal Nature Communications.
April 2, 2012|ESAM professor Mary Silber has been named a fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics for 2012.
January 12, 2012|An RTG-supported paper on combustion fronts has been highlighted on the cover of The Chemical Engineering Journal.
January 11, 2012|Former RTG postdoctoral student Yulia Peet has joined Arizona State University as Assistant Professor
January 10, 2012|Former RTG postdoctoral candidate Erin Lennon creates online calculus sequence
September 1, 2011|Professor Dirk Brockmann and his research group have investigated a previously overlooked mechanism in modeling the way humans travel and spread disease.
August 29, 2011|A Northwestern Global Health Q&A with associate professor Dirk Brockmann. He discusses his research on complex systems, including infectious diseases.
May 12, 2011|Watch a video interview with Professor Danny Abrams as he discusses how mathematical tools can explain phenomena such as synchronized fireflies, language death, and obesity.
May 1, 2011|Professor Dave Chopp and RTG Postdoc Erin Lennon were selected for the 2010-2011 Faculty and Administrator Honor Roll.
March 9, 2011|Adjunct Professor Igor Aronson has published a paper titled "Magnetic Manipulation of Self-Assembled Colloidal Asters" in Nature Materials.
February 21, 2011|Prof. Bill Kath found information that challenges the conventional wisdom of how neurons operate. Read the McCormick news article and hear the interview on NPR's Science Friday.
January 14, 2011|Prof. Luijten has demonstrated bio-inspired structures that self-assemble from simple building blocks: spheres.