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## A Mathematical Approach to Physical Problems: An Interview with Rupert Frank

## Reducing Coincidence with Mathematics: An Interview with Nets Katz

## Notes from the Back Row: "Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Computing"

## Bruno Named SIAM Fellow

## Watson Lecture: "Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Computing"

## Caltech Faculty Named AMS Fellows

## Venkat Chandrasekaran: Working Optimally

## L.A. Times Shines Spotlight on HSS

Caltech's core curriculum is designed to prepare students for the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary research in science and technology and requires that they complete what amounts to a class each quarter in the Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS). The *Los Angeles Times* recently focused the spotlight on this aspect of the Caltech experience, featuring several of the division's students.

## Caltech Graduate Student Wins DOE Fellowship for Computational Science

Caltech graduate student Melissa Yeung has been selected as one of 21 students nationally to receive a Department of Energy (DOE) Computational Science Graduate Fellowship. The honor covers up to four years of support for graduate studies in fields that focus on the use of high-performance computing technology to solve complex problems in science and engineering.

## Modeling Markets

Chris Shannon, the Richard Merkin Professor of Economics and Mathematics, is one of Caltech's newest faculty members. Her research involves developing mathematical models to understand financial markets and other mechanisms that allocate goods, such as auctions.