Alan C. Newell
Alan C. Newell | |
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Born |
Dublin, Ireland |
5 November 1941
Nationality | Irish |
Citizenship | Ireland and United States |
Alma mater |
Trinity College, Dublin MIT |
Awards |
Guggenheim Fellow (1976) Humboldt Research Award 1988 John von Neumann Lecture (2004) Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Fellow 2009 |
Scientific career | |
Institutions |
Clarkson University University of Arizona University of Warwick |
Thesis | The transfer of spectral energy in non-linear dispersive systems (1965) |
Doctoral advisor | David Benney |
Alan C. Newell (born 5 November 1941 in Dublin^{[1]}) is an Irish/American mathematician and Regents Professor at the University of Arizona. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1976^{[2]} and in 2004 the John von Neumann Lecture for the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.^{[3]} He was a Senior Scientist Humboldt Fellow in 1988-1989 and was elected a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in 2009.^{[4]}
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- 20th-century American mathematicians
- 21st-century American mathematicians
- Irish mathematicians
- People from Dublin (city)
- University of Arizona faculty
- 1941 births
- Living people
- Guggenheim Fellows
- Alumni of Trinity College, Dublin
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumni
- Humboldt Research Award recipients
- Fellows of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Fellows of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
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