News & Announcements

Marsha Berger awarded Norbert Wiener Prize
Marsha Berger, Silver Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, will be awarded the 2019 Norbert Wiener Prize in Applied Mathematics. Read More

Jeff Cheeger to be awarded Steele Prize
Silver Professor of Mathematics, Jeff Cheeger, is to receive the 2019 Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement for his fundamental contributions to geometric analysis and their farreaching influence on related areas of mathematics. Congratulations, Jeff!
See the announcement from the American Mathematical Society for more about Jeff's award.

Percy Deift awarded the 2018 Henri Poincare Prize
Percy Deift has been honored for his "seminal contributions to Schroedinger operators, inverse scattering theory, nonlinear waves, asymptotic analysis of Fredholm and Toeplitz determinants, universality in random matrix theory, and his deep analysis of integrable models." Congratulations, Percy!
For further information, please see the official Henri Poincaré Prize page.

2018 Simons Investigator
Congratulations to Sylvia Serfaty on being named a 2018 Simons Investigator!
For further information, please see the list of Simons Investigator awardees.

2018 Sloan Fellows
Miranda HolmesCerfon and Afonso Bandeira have been named 2018 Sloan Research Fellows. Congratulations!
Awarded annually since 1955, the Sloan Research Fellowships are given to earlycareer scientists and scholars whose achievements and potential identify them as rising stars among the next generation of scientific leaders. Miranda and Afonso are among 126 ... Read More
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