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# SIAM Fellows

#### Fariba Fahroo | Air Force Research Laboratory (2019)

For outstanding scientific leadership while managing AFOSR and DARPA programs in dynamics and control and computational mathematics and fundamental research accomplishments in computational optimal control.

#### Richard S. Falk | Rutgers University (2012)

For contributions to the understanding of the stability and convergence properties of the finite element method, and for service to the numerical analysis community.

#### Charbel Farhat | Stanford University (2011)

For contributions to parallel computing and modeling and simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems.

#### Lisa J. Fauci | Tulane University (2012)

For contributions to computational biofluid dynamics and applications.

#### David R. Ferguson | Applied Mathematical Analysis and The Boeing Company, Retired (2012)

For pioneering efforts in the development and deployment of polynomial splines and constrained data fitting in the aerospace industry.

#### Michael C. Ferris | University of Wisconsin--Madison (2013)

For contributions to mathematical programming algorithms, computation, and theory, particularly in the area of complementarity.

#### David A. Field | General Motors Corporation (2018)

For pioneering work founding and organizing the SIAM Great Lakes Section, the premier SIAM section integrating industry and academia.

#### Wendell H. Fleming | Brown University (2009)

For contributions to optimal control.

#### Roger Fletcher | University of Dundee (2009)

For contributions to numerical continuous optimization.

#### Christodoulos A. Floudas | Princeton University (2013)

For contributions to global optimization and its application to a wide range of problems spanning systems engineering and computational biology.

#### Irene Fonseca | Carnegie Mellon University (2009)

For contributions to nonlinear partial differential equations and the calculus of variations.

#### M. Gregory Forest | University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (2012)

For contributions to integrable and nearly integrable partial differential equations, material science, and to polymeric, liquid crystalline, and biological and biomedical fluid mechanics.

#### Bengt Fornberg | University of Colorado Boulder (2014)

For advances in spectral methods, radial basis functions, and other methods for computational fluid dynamics and partial differential equations.

#### Jean-Pierre Fouque | University of California Santa Barbara (2011)

For contributions to asymptotic analysis for random media and financial mathematics.

#### Susan Friedlander | University of Southern California (2012)

For contributions to applied mathematics through research, editorial work, and conference organizing, and for serving as a role model for young people, especially young women.

#### Avner Friedman | Ohio State University (2009)

For contributions to partial differential equations and their applications.

#### Alan M. Frieze | Carnegie Mellon University (2011)

For pioneering work on random graphs and probabilistic analysis of combinatorial algorithms.

#### Andreas Frommer | Universität Wuppertal (2019)

For contributions in numerical linear algebra and the solution of problems in quantum chromodynamics.