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Department of Mathematics

Alumna Wins Multiple Awards

The Department of Mathematics extends its congratulations to alumna Robin Neumayer (class of 2012) for her recent accomplishments in the field of mathematical analysis. Neumayer's exceptional work in calculus of variations, partial differential equations (PDEs), and geometric analysis has garnered her both a prestigious NSF grant titled "Stability and Regularity: From Analysis to Geometry" and the esteemed AWM Sadosky Research Prize in Analysis. Her research, marked by profound geometric insights and outstanding technical skills, encompasses diverse topics. Her groundbreaking research not only pushes the boundaries of mathematical knowledge but also encourages interdisciplinary collaborations across analysis, geometry, and PDEs. We commend Robin Neumayer on her remarkable contributions to mathematical analysis and wish her continued success in her endeavors.

Robin is currently an Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon University. She received her Ph.D. from University of Texas, Austin.

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