"The most influential ideas are ones that, in a way, are not attributed to the people who came up with them. They are assimilated. It seems like they were always there."
Professor in the School of Mathematics Akshay Venkatesh speaks on the foundational work of Professors Atle Selberg and Hermann Weyl, the motivating mentorship of Professor Peter Sarnak, unexpected discoveries with Member Preston Wake, and much more in an interview with Bhāvanā magazine.
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