Professor’s theories bear fruit
7 March 2011
Professor Darren Crowdy (Mathematics) has been awarded the Cherry Ripe Prize as judged by a panel of students from the Australian Maths Society. Professor Crowdy is recognised as one of the world’s leading experts in applying the theory of complex, or imaginary, numbers to solving real-world problems. The Cherry Ripe Prize is given annually at the society’s annual conference for the best presentation by an established academic.