2010 News Archive
Professor Emeritus Lowell J. Paige died on his birthday in Carmichael, Calif., on Dec. 10. He was 91. Paige served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Naval Reserve during World War II from 1942 to 1946. He received his PhD in mathematics in 1947 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the supervision of Richard Hubert Bruck.
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UCLA Mathematics collaborative research that uses sophisticated mathematics in predictive policing made The New York Times Magazine 10th Annual Year in Ideas and DISCOVER Magazine Top 100 Stories of 2010.
Adjunct Professor Emeritus Herbert B. Enderton died at his home in Santa Monica on October 22, 2010, after battling leukemia for nearly a year. Enderton received his PhD in mathematics in 1962 at Harvard University under the supervision of Hilary Putnam.
On November 11 - 12, the department will host a two-day conference on Motives and Modular Forms in celebration of UCLA Math Professor Don Blasius' 60th birthday and his mathematical contributions. Themes will include modular forms, motives, Galois representations, and L-functions.