Dateline Rice for March 21, 2023

Fourier transformations reveal how AI learns complex physicsAn article features collaborative Rice research into how deep neural networks learn to perform tasks involving complex physics. Co-authors cited include Pedram Hassanzadeh, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, alumnus Adam Subel, postdoctoral research associate Yifei Guan and graduate student Ashesh Chattopadhyay.Quick Telecast (This article also appeared in Newsbeezer, Daily News Era and SciTechDaily.)http://dateline.rice/march-21-hassanzadeh-subel-guan-chattopadhyay-1Les transformées de Fourier révèlent comment l’intelligence artificielle apprend la physique complexeCable Chronicles (An English translation is not available.)http://dateline.rice/march-21-hassanzadeh-subel-guan-chattopadhyay-2

Brain research critical for Texas economy, says new reportAn article features Rice research that suggests Texas should direct resources to brain research, which could positively impact communities and the economy. Study author Harris Eyre, fellow in brain health at the Baker Institute for Public Policy’s Center for Health and Biosciences, is quoted.MJH Newshttp://dateline.rice/march-21-eyre

Class 3 energy transition ventures open for Rice Alliance Clean Energy Accelerator An article features the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship’s Clean Energy Accelerator. Paul Cherukuri, vice president for innovation, is quoted.Mirage Newshttp://dateline.rice/march-21-cherukuri

Cell therapies: A big step in the fight against cancerOmid Veiseh, assistant professor of bioengineering, is mentioned.Costa Rican Times (This article also appeared in MENAFN.)http://dateline.rice/march-21-veiseh

Students stage protest march at AMUCraig Considine, senior lecturer in sociology, is mentioned.Pedfire (This article also appeared in Bigyack.)http://dateline.rice/march-21-considine-1International conference on Sir Syed on March 21India Education Diaryhttp://dateline.rice/march-21-considine-2

Balancing spousal loss and career is a one-two punch for health of widowed individualsAn article features Rice research into coping with the loss of a spouse. Co-authors quoted or mentioned include Chris Fagundes, a professor of psychological sciences, and Jensine Paoletti, postdoctoral associate.News-Linehttp://dateline.rice/march-21-fagundes-paoletti

‘Level that playing field’: Dudley High boosters raising $250,000 for video scoreboardFormer Rice football player Stahle’ Vincent ’72 is mentioned.Greensboro News & Recordhttp://dateline.rice/march-21-vincent

New York State Canal Corp., Erie Canal Museum launch Erie Canal artist-in-residence programAlumnus Matthew López-Jensen is featured.Niagara Frontier Publicationshttp://dateline.rice/march-21-lopezjensen

Newly elected Ngā Ahurei a Te Apārangi FellowsAn article mentions that Simon Keller held a visiting fellowship at Rice.Victoria University of Wellington Newshttp://dateline.rice/march-21-keller


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