Professor Guozhen Lu elected AAAS Fellow

We are delighted with the news that our colleague Professor Guozhen Lu  has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS),  one of the world’s largest general scientific societies. As the AAAS notes, election to be a Fellow is “a distinguished lifetime honor within the scientific community.” Professor Lu  is one of  seven elected as Fellow of the AAAS in Mathematics. The society is celebrating  the 150th anniversary of the AAAS Fellows Program this year.

Professor Lu joined the UConn Mathematics faculty in 2016. He is a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (class of 2018) and two-time recipient of the Simons Fellow award. He is the author of over 200 scholarly works and serves in major editorial roles, including as Editor in Chief of the journal Advanced Nonlinear Studies and Editor in Chief of the De Gruyter Studies in Mathematics.

For more, please see the AAAS announcement and UConn Today.

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