Equiangular lines are an elemental part of geometry. . . .
Mathematicians want to know just how big those sets can get as you
move past the 3-D space of our everyday experience and into higher
Distinguished Visiting Professor in the School of Mathematics
(1992–93) and Member in the School (1979–80, 1983–84), has been
awarded the 2017 Wolf Prize in mathematics for his contributions to
geometric analysis and the understanding...
Richard Taylor, Robert and Luisa Fernholz Professor in the School of Mathematics, discusses individual versus collaborative problem-solving, translating between geometry and number theory, and devoting his life to proving the Langlands conjectures.
The Program for Women and Mathematics will
celebrate its twenty-third year by bringing together research
mathematicians and undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral women
studying mathematics for an intensive residential mentoring