Prof. Hanson wins JFRASE award
Aug. 26, 2021
Prof. Jack Hanson has been awarded the prestigious 2021 Junior Faculty Research Award in Science and Engineering (JFRASE). The JFRASE is funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and comes with a $50,000 fellowship.
A panel of reviewers chose Dr. Hanson's project for this highly selective award because they were convinced of its potential to make a significant contribution to society, to CUNY, and to his field. Dr. Hanson is joining a select group of 22 CUNY faculty who have won this award since 2012.
Above is an image related to Prof. Hanson's research: A simulation of a random growth model on a Voronoi tesselation; the color represents the time at which each cell is "infected" by an infection started at the origin.