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# Ben Adcock Wins 2023 Faculty of Science Research Award

We are delighted that Ben Adcock has won a 2023 Faculty of Science Research Award. This award recognizes excellence in research accomplishments in a broad range of areas, including, but not limited to: Career achievement, Recent breakthroughs, Translational impact, Innovation, Societal impacts.

Ben is recognized for his groundbreaking work on the mathematics behind imaging technologies. Imaging technologies are central to modern society, including numerous uses in science (e.g., microscopy), healthcare (e.g., MRI) and industry (e.g., seismic imaging). He approaches questions of how to acquire, store, reconstruct and interpret images by combining compressed sensing, machine learning, and deep learning techniques to transform the field.

Ben is highly published and cited, a major contributor to his field through editorial work and conference organization, and has won numerous awards including the highly competitive Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship and the Canadian Industrial and Applied Mathematics Early Career Award.

Congratulations on this well-deserved award, Ben!

*Learn more about Ben and his research here. *