Craig A. Tracy . . Distinguished Professor, emeritus Department of Mathematics UC Davis . Contact information
Oct 23, 2019 · Craig Tracy, distinguished professor of mathematics, and Professor Harold Widom of UC Santa Cruz will receive the 2020 Steele Prize for Seminal Contributions to Research from the American Mathematical Society. The prize recognizes their landmark work on Tracy-Widom distributions, a major breakthrough in statistics with applications in signal processing and other fields. The Steele Prize for ...
Jan 29, 2018 · Craig Tracy is a professor in the Mathematics department at University of California Davis - see what their students are saying about them or leave a rating yourself.
Workshop on Mathematical Physics in honor of Craig Tracy, October 30 2021. All talks held in room 1147 of the Mathematics Science Building, University of California, Davis. Directions can be found at math.ucdavis.edu. There is no charge for parking on weekends. Parking at UCD . This will be a hybrid workshop.
May 19, 2006 · Craig Tracy, distinguished professor of mathematics at UC Davis, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences for his discovery of a set of statistical principles found in a wide range of problems, from card shuffling to the design of wireless antennae. "I'm very honored," Tracy said of his election to the Academy, which was founded in 1780.
Ceremony on June 5, 1997, by Professor Craig Tracy, Chair of the Department. The recipient was Curtis Feist, a graduate student in the department. Professor Tracy read these comments from Curtis' student evaluations: "He has been the most understandable, valuable instructor I've had in the 21 series of calculus.
Jan 16, 2007 · Craig Tracy, professor of mathematics, and Harold Widom of UC Santa Cruz will share the 2007 Norbert Wiener Prize in Applied Mathematics, presented jointly by the American Mathematical Society and the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics. The Norbert Wiener Prize is presented "for an outstanding contribution to applied mathematics in the highest and broadest sense." The $5,000 prize ...