Professor Tropp Receives Information & Inference Best Paper Prize

Joel A. Tropp, Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics, and his student Michael B. McCoy have received the inaugural Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) Information & Inference Best Paper Prize for their paper "Living on the Edge: Phase transitions in convex programs with random data." This biennial prize is given to the best articles published by an early career researcher in Information and Inference: A Journal of the IMA. [Read the paper]

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