Dr. Jeff Calder received the Guillermo Borja award for 2021. This award recognizes exceptional research and scholarly accomplishments by assistant professors within the College of Science and Engineering. Dr. Calder joined the faculty in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota in 2016. In 2019, he co-founding AMAAZE through which he applies his expertise in mathematics and computer science to improve archaeological methods, providing more reliable and efficient methods for data extraction and processing. He has a strong commitment to reproducibility in research and open access resources. Most of the code he produces can be found on his personal Github account or through the AMAAZE website.
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