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From: Otmar Scherzer otmar.scherzer@univie.ac.at Date: September 12, 2014 Subject: Calderon Prize The Inverse Problems International Association (IPIA) will award the fifth Calderon Prize to a researcher under the age of 40 who has made distinguished contributions to the field of inverse problems broadly defined. The Calderon Prize Committee consists of Professors Gang Bao, Fioralba Cakoni, Mikko Salo, Otmar Scherzer (chair), and John Schotland. Previous winners of the award are Matti Lassas (2007), Martin Burger (2009), Guillaume Bal (2011) and Mikko Salo (2013). IPIA will present the award at the Applied Inverse Problems Conference 2015 to be held in Helsinki, Finland, May 25-29, 2015. The award will include a certificate, a $500 prize, and an invitation to give a plenary lecture at the conference. The prize also includes reimbursement for reasonable travel expenses to Helsinki. Besides a nomination letter please include a complete CV of the nominee and a list of publications. Also additional supporting letters can be included. The Calderon Prize Committee can also solicit nominations. The deadline for nominations is January 31st, 2015. Nominations should be send to Professor Otmar Scherzer, to the e-mail address . ------------------------------------------------------- From: Bruce Bailey bailey@siam.org Date: September 10, 2014 Subject: New Book, Climate Modeling for Scientists and Engineers Announcing the August 26, 2014, publication by SIAM of: Climate Modeling for Scientists and Engineers, by John B. Drake 2014 / viii + 165 pages / Softcover / 978-1-611973-53-2 / List Price $69.00 / SIAM Member Price $48.30 / Order Code MM19 Focusing on high-end modeling and simulation of earth's climate, Climate Modeling for Scientists and Engineers presents observations about the general circulations of the earth and the partial differential equations used to model the dynamics of weather and climate and covers numerical methods for geophysical flows in more detail than many other texts. It also discusses parallel algorithms and the role of high-performance computing used in the simulation of weather and climate and provides supplemental lectures and MATLAB exercises on an associated Web page.b