Han Awarded Fulbright Grant to Conduct Research in Brazil in 2021
“I will have an amazing opportunity to work with a leading world expert and his research group,” Maggie Han, professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and a recipient of the Marguerite Scharnagle Endowed Professorship, explained.
Han is a recipient of a 2020-2021 Fulbright grant focusing on research. She will be traveling to the University of São Paulo and conducting research for four months with two collaborators on the topic of infinite dimensional dynamical systems.
Han will share her knowledge of application and computational research in this area with the theory side being concentrated on from the collaborators at the University of São Paulo.
“I am truly excited to travel to Brazil,” Han said. “I have traveled there before to attend conferences and I am grateful to work on this specialized research for four months.”
Han also is looking to increase awareness of the academic opportunities on the Plains in the largest city in South America.
While in Brazil, she will share information about programs and recruit undergraduate and graduate students to attend Auburn University.
The team anticipates having draft manuscripts ready for submission to journals to highlight research at the conclusion of the four months.
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