MathWorks Co-Founder and Chief Mathematician Cleve B. Moler Receives ICIAM Industry Prize 2023

Tokyo, Japan - (25 Aug 2023)

The 10th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) was held from August 20–25, 2023, in Tokyo, Japan. During ICIAM, the ICIAM Industry Prize 2023 was awarded to Cleve B. Moler for his outstanding contributions to the development of mathematical and computational tools and methods for his role in the invention of MATLAB. MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation and has established itself as the language of engineers and scientists.

ICIAM is a global event that brings together researchers, academicians, professionals, and experts from various fields of applied mathematics and related disciplines. The congress provides a platform for exchanging knowledge, ideas, and advancements in applied mathematics, as well as the application of mathematics in various scientific, engineering, industrial, and technological areas. It typically includes plenary talks by distinguished speakers, parallel sessions, poster presentations, and other scientific and social activities.

MathWorks is an exhibitor at this event.

For more information, visit International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) 2023.

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