The Vincent Caselles Prize is an early career award created at the end of 2014 by the Banco Bilbao Viscaya Argentaria (BBVA) Foundation and the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society. It aims to recognize the work done by researchers under the age of 30 who have defended their PhD theses in Mathematics in Spain within the last three years. The six winners of the 2015 prize were announced on June 11, 2015.
Dr. Nakatsukasa is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Tokyo.
Allan studied at UC Berkeley as an undergraduate and completed a Ph.D at SUNY Stony Brook in 1969. His research centered on partial differential equations. and is described at his Department web page: https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/research/profiles/?fac_id=aedelson
He also served as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs from 1988-91, and as Acting Vice Provost for Faculty Relations from 1991-92. Professor Edelson leaves behind three adult children, Daniel, Naomi, and Reuben, as well as four grandchildren, his mother Ione and his sister Donna.
Matthew Herman received his Ph.D. at UC Davis in 2010, working with Prof. Strohmer.
The West Coast Operator Algebra Seminar will be held Saturday, October 26, and Sunday, October 27, 2013 at UC Davis. The conference will start on Saturday morning and will finish before 2:00 pm on Sunday.
The following people have agreed to speak:
- Jean Bellissard, Georgia Tech
- Nigel Higson, Penn State
- Kate Juschenko,Northwestern University
- David Kerr, Texas A&M
- Greg Kuperberg, UC Davis
- Zhuang Niu, University of Wyoming
- Ian Putnam, University of Victoria
- Thomas Sinclair, UCLA
- Jan Jitse Venselaar, Cal Tech
- Dan Voiculescu, UC Berkeley
- Nik Weaver, Washington University
- Tim Wertz, UC Davis
- Paulette Willis, University of Houston
Details at https://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kaminker/