First published in CommUnicate issue 314.
Professor Andrew Stuart, from the Institute of Mathematics, is to receive the 2007 JD Crawford Prize from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) for his outstanding contributions to the fields of stochastic ordinary and partial differential equations. These contributions span the range from fundamental mathematical theory to algorithm development and applications. He has been particularly commended for his analysis in the area of infinite-dimensional path sampling.
The prize will be presented at the SIAM conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems to be held in Snowbird, Utah at the end of May.