Professor Jack Lutz part of NSF Focused Research Group on Algorithmic Randomness

March 30, 2007

Professor Jack Lutz is one of twelve scientists in the largest project that the National Science Foundation has funded to date in the Focused Research Groups in the Mathematical Sciences program. 

In this project, Professor Lutz will work with computer scientists and mathematicians at UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, the University of Connecticut, Dartmouth College, the University of Florida, the University of North Texas, the University of Notre Dame, Pennsylvania State University, Rutgers University, and the University of Wyoming. The three-year project is focused on extending the theory and applications of algorithmic randomness. The project will include a workshop for specialists in the first year and an international conference in the third year. 

This is a group grant worth $559,094.