Current Scholars

Each year, leading scientists and scholars from all over the world come to the Institute to interact, explore, share, and discover. A new intellectual mix of researchers and ideas is created, spanning young postdoctoral fellows to distinguished senior professors, across the humanities and sciences.

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Astrophysics

Mathematics

Geometric analysis

Historical Studies

Modern International Relations and Jewish Family History

Mathematics

Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic Geometry

Historical Studies

Early Modern Venice

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Philosophy

Natural Sciences

Particle Physics

Mathematics

Low-dimensional Geometry and Topology

Historical Studies

Ottoman History, History of Plague

Mathematics

Professor

Mathematics

Symplectic Geometry

Social Science

Philosophy

Natural Sciences

Particle Physics

Historical Studies

Professor Emeritus

Social Science

Sociology

Social Science

History of the French Revolution

Mathematics

Number Theory

Natural Sciences

Cosmology

Social Science

Professor Emeritus

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

Mathematics

Geometric Analysis

Mathematics

Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing

Mathematics

Geometric Analysis

Mathematics

Herbert H. Maass Professor

Mathematics

Topology, Dynamical Systems

Social Science

Anthropology

Mathematics

Algebraic geometry

Program in Interdisciplinary Studies

Artificial Life and Complex Systems

Natural Sciences

Charles Simonyi Professor

Mathematics

Differential Geometry

Mathematics

Hodge theory

Social Science

Political Science, Comparative Politics, Latin America, Political Economy of Development

Historical Studies

Modern Japanese History

Historical Studies

History of Ancient Law, Greek Epigraphy

Natural Sciences

Astrophysics

Natural Sciences

Professor

Mathematics

Diophantine Geometry, Algebraic Points on Transcendental Varieties

Mathematics

Machine Learning

Mathematics

Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems

Natural Sciences

Theoretical Physics

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