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Advisory Board

A group of international highly renowned experts in quasi-Monte Carlo methods constitute the Advisory Board.  It has the function of accompanying and monitoring the work of the researchers involved in the project.

 

Back row, left to right: Christian Mauduit, Henryk Wozniakowski, Frances Kuo. Front row, left to right: Harald Niederreiter, Ian H. Sloan. (not in the picture Christiane Lemieux).

 

 The member of the Advisory Board are:

 

Name

Research institution

Position

Kuo, Frances Y.

University of New South Wales

Member of the Advisory Board

Lemieux, Christiane

University of Waterloo, Canada

Member of the Advisory Board

Mauduit, Christian

Institut de Mathématiques de Luminy, Marseille, France

Member of the Advisory Board

Niederreiter, Harald

Austrian Academy of Sciences and Paris Lodron University Salzburg

Chair of the Advisory Board

Sloan, Ian H.

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Member of the Advisory Board

Wozniakowski, Henryk

Columbia University, New York and University of Warsaw

Member of the Advisory Board



See below some selected comments of members of the advisory board about the SFB:

 

“Diese Leistungsschau ist enorm beeindruckend, sowohl vom Umfang als auch von der Qualitaet her. Es ist hoechst erfreulich, dass auch die ganz jungen Mitarbeiter (Studierende, Postdocs) exzellente Beitraege leisten. Insofern ist der Ausbildungsaspekt des SFBs auch sehr gut abgedeckt. „ (H.Niederreiter, 3.2016)

 

 

“I am amazed at the amount of high quality activity you (G.Larcher) report. It seems to me that the SFB is progressing very well.  Congratulations.” (I.Sloan, 3.2016)

 

 

“The group has been very active… The group has also done very well in terms of student training, as evidenced by several papers co-authored by students (and in some cases, with students as sole authors).”  (C.Lemieux, 4.2015)