Associate Professor Thomas Hangelbroek has been awarded another NSF grant, for 2017-2020, to work on applications of scalable bases in kernel approximation.

# Category Archives: Research

# Algebra and lattices in Hawaii 2018

Pictured: Pondering the smallest lattice not yet known to be a congruence lattice of any finite algebra.

Three Legends of Universal Algebra and Lattice Theory,

- Ralph Freese,
- Bill Lampe, and
- JB Nation,

worked most of their careers at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa.

They all will be approximately 70 years old in May 2018, and a conference, ALH-2018, is being organized by PhD alumnus William DeMeo and others to celebrate their achievements.

# Chyba on math and sustainability

Interview with Professor Monique Chyba about how mathematics relates to sustainability in Hawaii.

# Forum Math-for-Industry

From October 23 to October 26, we are organizing a conference on renewable energy and climate change at the East-West center.

The website is at: http://apcmfi.org/fmfi2017/

You are all invited to come and attend lectures, registration (only $25) is not needed unless you would like to receive information, have a tag, come to the welcome party, coffee breaks, etc.

There will be also a poster presentation on the Tuesday from 3:30 to 5:30pm (several of our grad students have posters).