Professor Árpád Bényi wins Olscamp Research Award
The Math Department congratulates our colleague, Professor Árpád Bényi, who was awarded the Paul J. Olscamp Reserach Award for 2015.
Árpád Bényi holds degrees in mathematics from West University of Timişoara, Romania (BS, MS) and University of Kansas, Lawrence (MA, PhD). After receiving his doctorate in 2002, he spent the next three years as a visiting assistant professor at University of Massachusetts, Amherst and then joined the ranks of the Western faculty in 2005. His main area of research lies at the interface of Fourier analysis, operator theory and partial differential equations. So far, he has authored 1 book and 48 scholarly publications, several of them joint works with some 23 collaborators from prominent research universities in the US and Europe. For the past few years his work has been supported by a Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant for Mathematicians.