Harold J. Kushner
|Harold J. Kushner|
|Awards||Richard E. Bellman Control Heritage Award (2004)
Louis E. Levy Medal (1994)
Harold Joseph Kushner is an American applied mathematician and a Professor Emeritus of Applied Mathematics at Brown University. He is known for his work on the theory of stochastic stability (based on the concept of supermartingales as Lyapunov functions), the theory of non-linear filtering (based on the Kushner equation), and for the development of numerical methods for stochastic control problems such as the Markov chain approximation method.
Awards and honors
- In 1992 the IEEE Control Systems Award
- In 1994 the Louis E. Levy Medal from The Franklin Institute
- In 2004 the Richard E. Bellman Control Heritage Award from the American Automatic Control Council, for "fundamental contributions to stochastic systems theory and engineering applications, and for inspiring generations of researchers in the field"
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- "Franklin Laureate Database - Louis E. Levy Medal Laureates". Franklin Institute. Archived from the original on 2011-06-29. Retrieved January 22, 2011.
- "Richard E. Bellman Control Heritage Award". American Automatic Control Council. Retrieved February 10, 2013.