Vladimir Voevodsky, Revolutionary Mathematician, Dies at 51

Vladimir Voevodsky, a once-gifted but restless student who flunked out of college out of boredom before emerging as one of the most brilliant and revolutionary mathematicians of his generation, died on Sept. 30 at his home in Princeton, N.J. He was 51.

To learn more, read Voevodsky's New York Times obituary here.