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Prof. George Hsiao (Carl Rees Professor Emeritus of
Mathematics and Francis Alison Professor at the University
of Delaware), along with Prof. Jean-Claude Nedelec
(France) and Prof. Wolfgang L. Wendland (Germany), was
recently honored for his lifelong academic achievements in
computational mathematics at the 2nd Chongqing Workshop
on Computational and Applied Mathematics. Among the six
members of the organizing committee were three former
PhD students of Prof. Hsiao from UD: Gabriel Gatica
(now full professor and Director of CI^2MA at the
University of Concepcion, Chile), Nilima Nigam (now full
professor at Simon Fraser University, Canada), and Liwei
Xu (now full professor and Vice Dean of College of
Mathematics and Statistics of Chongqing University,
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