Osama Khalil receives NSF CAREER award for 2024-29
Assistant Professor Osama Khalil has received an NSF CAREER (Faculty Early Career Development Program) award. CAREER is an NSF (National Science Foundation) award that supports early-career faculty that may serve as academic role model in research and education and lead progress in the mission of their department or organization. Activities pursued by early-career faculty lay a foundation for for a lifetime of leadership in integrating education and research.
Professor Khalil's grant is titled CAREER: Mixing and Equidistribution in Number Theory and Geometry and aims to develop new methods in the theory of algebraic dynamical systems in pursuit of resolving central questions in the fields of Diophantine approximation and surface geometry. For more a detailed summary please see the abstract available in the grant description linked above.