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SIAM Fellows

SIAM Fellows Program. Honor SIAM members who are recognized by their peers as distinguished for their contributions to the discipline. Help make outstanding SIAM members more competitive for awards and honors when they are being compared with colleagues from other disciplines.

SIAM Fellows


Luis Angel Caffarelli | The University of Texas at Austin (2018)

For seminal contributions in regularity theory of nonlinear partial differential equations, free boundary problems, fully nonlinear equations, and nonlocal diffusion.

Russel E. Caflisch | University of California, Los Angeles (2009)

For advances in physical applied mathematics and in mathematics applied to physical systems.

Xiao-Chuan Cai | University of Colorado Boulder (2016)

For advances in scalable implicit methods for linear and nonlinear partial differential equations and wide application in science and engineering.

Peter E. Caines | McGill University (2009)

For contributions to stochastic, adaptive and large scale systems.

Fioralba Cakoni | Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (2023)

For seminal contributions to inverse scattering theory, the existence of transmission eigenvalues, and non-scattering phenomena.

Robert Calderbank | Duke University (2021)

For deep contributions to information theory.

Daniela Calvetti | Case Western Reserve University (2023)

For outstanding contributions to numerical linear algebra, Bayesian scientific computing, and inverse problems and applications, and for extraordinary mentoring activities.

Stephen L. Campbell* | North Carolina State University (2010)

For contributions to analysis and algorithms for differential algebraic equations.

Emmanuel Candès | Stanford University (2017)

For pioneering work in mathematics of information, compressive sensing, computational harmonic analysis, statistics, and scientific computing.

Suncica Canic | University of Houston (2014)

For contributions to the modeling and analysis of partial differential equations motivated by applications in the life sciences.

Rene A. Carmona | Princeton University (2009)

For contributions to signals, statistics, and mathematical finance.

José Antonio Carrillo de la Plata | Imperial College London (2019)

For his outstanding contributions to applied mathematics in complex particle dynamics and service to the Applied Mathematics Community of the European Mathematical Society.

Coralia Cartis | University of Oxford (2023)

For theoretical and practical developments in continuous optimization.

Carlos Castillo-Chavez | Arizona State University (2010)

For contributions to the mathematical modeling of infectious diseases and for leadership as a mentor and teacher.

Ümit V. Çatalyürek | Georgia Institute of Technology (2020)

For contributions to high-performance and parallel algorithms and to combinatorial scientific computing.

Tony F. Chan | Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (2010)

For contributions to numerical analysis and image processing, and for service to the mathematical community.

Raymond Honfu Chan | The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2013)

For advances in numerical linear algebra and imaging science, including the theory of Toeplitz solvers.

Stephen Jonathan Chapman | University of Oxford (2019)

For his outstanding contributions to physical and biological modeling as well as for his asymptotic methods development in applied mathematics.

Gui-Qiang G. Chen | University of Oxford (2012)

For contributions to the mathematical analysis of partial differential equations, fluid mechanics, hyperbolic systems of conservation laws, and shock waves.

Xiaojun Chen | Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2021)

For contributions to optimization, stochastic variational inequalities, and nonsmooth analysis.

Zhiming Chen | Chinese Academy of Sciences (2022)

For significant contributions to adaptive finite element methods, multiscale analysis and computation, and seismic imaging.

Jie Chen | City University of Hong Kong (2024)

For breakthroughs in fundamental limitations of feedback control, system identification, model validation, and delay systems.

Margaret Cheney | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2009)

For contributions to inverse problems in acoustics and electromagnetic theory.

Alina Chertock | North Carolina State University (2023)

For significant contributions to numerical methods for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws and important service to the applied mathematics community.

Alexandre J. Chorin | University of California, Berkeley (2009)

For contributions to computational fluid dynamics.

Edmond Chow | Georgia Institute of Technology (2021)

For contributions to computational science and engineering in the areas of numerical linear algebra and high-performance computing.

Fan Chung Graham | University of California, San Diego (2015)

For contributions to combinatorics, graph theory, and their applications.

Philippe G. Ciarlet | City University of Hong Kong and University Pierre et Marie Curie, Emeritus (2009)

For contributions to numerical analysis and computational mechanics, particularly to the development of the mathematical theory of finite element methods and the modeling of elastic structures.

Hirsh Cohen | The Swartz Foundation (2009)

For contributions to differential equations and science policy.

Phillip Colella | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2009)

For contributions to adaptive and numerical methods for partial differential equations in science and engineering.

Thomas F. Coleman* | University of Waterloo (2016)

For contributions to large-scale, sparse numerical optimization, financial optimization, and leadership in mathematics education and engagement with industry.

David Colton | University of Delaware (2020)

For fundamental contributions to acoustic and electromagnetic scattering theory, and inverse problems in wave phenomena.

Patrick L. Combettes | North Carolina State University (2024)

For contributions to the theory and applications of convex optimization, especially proximal methods.

Pierre Comon | CNRS (2019)

For pioneering and groundbreaking contributions to signal processing, tensor decompositions, and was instrumental in creating independent component analysis.

Andrew R. Conn* | IBM T. J. Watson Research Center (2013)

For fundamental contributions to optimization theory, software and industrial practice.

Peter Constantin | The University of Chicago (2010)

For contributions to the mathematical analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations, fluid dynamics, and turbulence.

Rama Cont | Imperial College London (2017)

For contributions to financial mathematics and stochastic analysis.

William J. Cook | Georgia Institute of Technology (2009)

For contributions to the Traveling Salesman Problem and other combinatorial optimization problems.

L. Pamela Cook (-Ioannidis) | University of Delaware (2009)

For contributions to fluid mechanics.

Jorge Cortes | University of California San Diego (2020)

For contributions to the control and optimization of network systems.

Ricardo Cortez | Tulane University (2017)

For contributions to numerical methods for incompressible fluid dynamics and leadership in promoting diversity in the mathematical sciences.

Benoit Couet | Schlumberger-Doll Research Center (2013)

For contributions to optimization under uncertainty and its implementation in industrial practice, and for leadership in mentoring young researchers.

Lenore Jennifer Cowen | Tufts University (2023)

For seminal contributions to computational biology through the design of graph-based algorithms and insights into network distance measures.

James Michael Crowley | SIAM (2022)

For service to SIAM and the applied mathematics and computational science community.

James H. Curry | University of Colorado Boulder (2022)

For pioneering work in computational dynamics, and for mentorship of young researchers, particularly in the African American community.

George Cybenko | Dartmouth College (2020)

For contributions to theory and algorithms in signal processing, artificial neural networks, and distributed computing systems.