Seven receive Sloan Foundation fellowships
Posted March 5, 2004; 02:28 p.m.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has selected seven Princeton faculty members to receive its annual research fellowships.
The fellowships are among 116 the foundation awarded to young university faculty members in the fields of chemistry, computational and evolutionary molecular biology, computer science, economics, mathematics, neuroscience and physics. Each scientist will receive $40,000 of largely unrestricted research support to be used over a period of two years.
This year's Sloan recipients at Princeton are: James Olsen, assistant professor of physics; Szymon Rusinkiewicz , assistant professor of computer science; Robert Seiringer , assistant professor of physics (designated by Sloan as an award recipient in the field of mathematics); Stanislav Shvartsman, assistant professor of chemical engineering (awarded in the field of molecular biology); Benjamin Sudakov , assistant professor of mathematics; Elie Tamer , assistant professor of economics; and David Walker , assistant professor of computer science.
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