RTG: DataOriented Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Data-Oriented Mathematical and Statistical Sciences This proposal summarizes the motivation, structure, and objectives of a RTG that will establish an integrated research curriculum inspired by burgeoning challenges in rigorous analysis of data particularly with very large data sets. The RTG, centered in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at Arizona State University, horizontally integrates three elements that are crucial in addressing these challenges: (i) statistics, (ii) computational mathematics, and (iii) applied harmonic analysis. It also integrates vertically from undergraduate research activities through the graduate curriculum and into the mentorship of post-doctoral researchers. All of these elements build upon and codify established crosscutting collaborative relationships among the six PIs, and also upon their strong track record of research mentorship spanning undergraduate through early career faculty. Speech and Language Modeling in Neurological Disease The School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Arizona State University (ASU) features an active Research Training Group (RTG) that is supported in part by an NSF RTG grant through the Division of Mathematical Sciences. The grant (NSF-DMS 150264) is
|Effective start/end date||8/1/15 → 7/31/21|
- National Science Foundation (NSF): $1,143,368.00
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