Institute Scholars Named Fellows of the American Mathematical Society

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Fifteen scholars currently affiliated with the Institute for Advanced Study have been named Fellows of the American Mathematical Society for 2013, the inaugural year of the program. Among 1119 Fellows representing over 600 institutions are Robbert Dijkgraaf, Director of the Institute and Leon Levy Professor; Helmut Hofer and Richard Taylor, Professors in the School of Mathematics; Edward Witten, Charles Simonyi Professor in the School of Natural Sciences; Phillip A. Griffiths and Robert P. Langlands, Professors Emeriti in the School of Mathematics; Benedict H. Gross, a Trustee of the Institute; Jürg M. Fröhlich, Mark Goresky, Dieter Kotschick, Gopal Prasad, and Eduard Zehnder, Members in the School of Mathematics; Gregory Moore, Member in the School of Natural Sciences; and Robert M. Guralnick and Christopher Skinner, Visitors in the School of Mathematics. The Fellows program was created to recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to creating, explaining, advancing, and using mathematics.

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