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Hutz Awarded NSF Grant

Benjamin Hutz, pictured, an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, has been awarded a nearly $120,000 National Science Foundation grant for his project, “Computational Tools for Dynamical Systems.” The project, according to NSF, is meant to help close the gap between current computational tools and the state of current research. “This project aims to narrow that gap in the area of dynamical systems by the resolution of open computational problems and their implementation in the computer algebra system Sage.”

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