The Distinguished Romberg Guest Professorship
With its founding in 2007 the HGS MathComp implemented the distinguished Romberg Guest Professorship. With this program the graduate school invites leading researchers working in a field relevant to the graduate school for a longer stay ( 3 - 6 months) and to participate in the study training program.
The current Romberg Guest Professorship call is open until June 15, 2023. Researchers interested in this position are encouraged to contact HGS MathComp members in their personal networks, or to contact our main office at email@example.com.
The graduate school is proud to have following Romberg professors:
2008 Prof. Hoang Xuan Phu (Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology)
2010 Prof. Dr. George C. Papanicolaou (Stanford University, USA)
2011 Prof. Andro Mikelic (University of Lyon, France)
2012 Prof. Mitchell Luskin (University of Minnesota, USA)
2013 Prof. Richard W. Longman (Columbia University, USA)
2014 Prof. Donald Richards (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
2015 Prof. Michael Unser (Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
2016 Prof. Robert Scheichl (University of Bath, UK) • Romberg Visiting Scholar
2017 Prof. Huan-Xiang Zhou (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
2018 Prof. Colin Fox (University of Otago, NZ) • Romberg Visiting Scholar
2019 Prof. David J. Silvester (University of Manchester, UK) • Romberg Visiting Scholar
2021 Prof. Francesca Bonizzoni (Augsburg University, Germany) • Romberg Visiting Scholar
2022 Prof. Leonid Berlyand (Pennsylvania State Universtiy, USA)
2022 Prof. Heather J. Kulik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA) • Romberg Visiting Scholar
The guests invited via the HGS MathComp Romberg Program make substantial contributions to the study program by complementing the teaching done by the members or by disseminating their latest research results at the school.