List of members of the National Academy of Sciences (Applied mathematical sciences)

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This list is a subsection of the List of members of the National Academy of Sciences, which includes approximately 2,000 current (not past) members and 350 foreign associates of the United States National Academy of Sciences, each of whom is affiliated with one of 31 disciplinary sections. Each person's name, primary institution, and election year are given. This list does not include deceased members.


Applied mathematical sciences[edit]

Michael Aizenman Princeton University 1997
David Aldous University of California, Berkeley 2010
Theodore Anderson Stanford University 1976
Grigory Barenblatt University of California, Berkeley 1997
James Berger Duke University 2003
Marsha Berger New York University 2000
Peter Bickel University of California, Berkeley 1986
Lawrence Brown University of Pennsylvania 1990
Herman Chernoff Harvard University 1980
Alexandre Chorin University of California, Berkeley 1991
Joel Cohen Rockefeller University 1997
Ronald Coifman Yale University 1998
Phillip Colella University of California, Berkeley 2004
David Cox University of Oxford 1988
Carl de Boor University of Wisconsin–Madison 1997
David Donoho Stanford University 1998
Richard Durrett Duke University 2007
Bradley Efron Stanford University 1986
Stephen Fienberg Carnegie Mellon University 1999
Avner Friedman Ohio State University 1993
Jerome H. Friedman Stanford University 2010
Ralph Gomory Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 1972
Leslie Greengard New York University 2006
David Haussler University of California, Santa Cruz 2006
Alan J. Hoffman International Business Machines Corporation 1982
Louis Howard Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1977
Iain Johnstone Stanford University 2005
Michael I. Jordan University of California, Berkeley 2010
Joseph Keller Stanford University 1973
Harry Kesten Cornell University 1983
John Kingman University of Bristol 2007
Hans W. Liepmann (d.) California Institute of Technology 1971
Thomas M. Liggett University of California, Los Angeles 2008
Chia-Chiao Lin Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1962
Andrew Majda New York University 1994
David W. McLaughlin New York University 2002
Cathleen Morawetz New York University 1990
David Mumford Brown University 1975
Charles M. Newman New York University 2004
Stanley Osher University of California, Los Angeles 2005
George C. Papanicolaou Stanford University 2000
Charles Peskin New York University 1995
Michael Powell University of Cambridge 2001
Calyampudi Rao University of Hyderabad 1995
Vladimir Rokhlin Yale University 1999
Murray Rosenblatt University of California, San Diego 1984
Donald Rubin Harvard University 2010
Lawrence Shepp Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick 1989
David Siegmund Stanford University 2002
Charles J. Stone University of California, Berkeley 1993
Gilbert Strang Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2009
Elizabeth A. Thompson University of Washington 2008
Grace Wahba University of Wisconsin–Madison 2000
Michael Waterman University of Southern California 2001
Wing Wong Stanford University 2009
Margaret H. Wright New York University 2005


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