Shang-Hua Teng is a 2014 Simons Investigator in theoretical computer science, the Seeley G. Mudd Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Southern California, and a two-time recipient of the Gödel Prize in theoretical computer science for his joint work with longtime collaborator Dan Spielman of Yale University.
The Simons Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Simons Collaboration on Special Holonomy in Geometry, Analysis and Physics, directed by Robert Bryant at Duke University.
The Simons Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Simons Collaboration on the Non-Perturbative Bootstrap, directed by Leonardo Rastelli of the Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stony Brook.
The third annual Simons Foundation Many Electron Collaboration summer school was held at the Simons Center at Stony Brook University June 20–24, 2016. This year, the focus of the summer school was on tensor networks and was organized by the tensor network group leader Professor Steven White from University of California, Irvine.
The pre-publication server established a centralized system for distributing scholarly papers before they are accepted by journals, making the work available to students and less-connected researchers.