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Award Winners for Faculty Convocation 2008
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Alumni Association Distinguished Research in Science, Engineering and Mathematics
George A. Anastassiou

Dr. Anastassiou, professor of mathematical sciences, is an internationally renowned mathematician with a wide range of research interests. He started his research in the fields of approximation theory and the theory of probabilities and inequalities, and has also made contributions in the areas of wavelets, neural networks, fractional analysis, and fuzzy sets theory. According to one of his letters of recommendations, “All the areas are classical, contemporary and difficult, with great international interest and with many applications to industry, technology and to other branches of science.” Dr. Anastassiou has published more than 209 articles in prestigious mathematical publications. (More than 100 of these were published since being awarded his first Alumni Association Distinguished Research Award in 1991.) He is associate editor of 45 mathematical journals and editor-in-chief of three more journals. Dr. Anastassiou has his own book series and is a consultant for five major multinational publication companies.

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