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Daniele Mortari
Daniele Mortari | Image: Igor Kraguljac

Dr. Daniele Mortari, professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University, was awarded the 2017 Mathematics Best Paper Second Award from Mathematics, an international, open-access journal that provides an advanced forum for studies related to mathematical sciences.

The paper, titled “Least-Squares Solution of Linear Differential Equations,” presents a new approach to provide least-squares solutions of linear nonhomogeneous differential equations of any order with nonconstant coefficients, both continuous and nonsinglular in the integration range.

Six research articles were selected by the journal award committee based on their originality and significance, as well as citation and download rates in 2018. The award recipients will receive a certificate and an invitation to publish a paper free of charge in Mathematics. Each paper will additionally receive a bonus based on the award class.

Mortari's paper can be read here.