Elon Lindenstrauss SoM

Elon Lindenstrauss

Professor
School of Mathematics

Dynamical Systems

Affiliation

Mathematics

Field of Study

Homogeneous Dynamics, Ergodic Theory, Additive Combinatorics

Elon Lindenstrauss is a leading authority in the field of ergodic theory, dynamical systems, and their applications to number theory. His major breakthroughs include the development of the theory of mean topological dimension, the proof of quantum unique ergodicity for arithmetic surfaces, and the characterization of the set of possible exceptions to the celebrated Littlewood conjecture in Diophantine approximation.

Dates at IAS

Faculty
School of Mathematics
Member
School of Mathematics
Visitor
School of Mathematics
Member
School of Mathematics
Fall
Member
School of Mathematics

Degrees

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ph.D.
1999
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
M.Sc.
1995
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
B.Sc.
1991

Honors

2012
Elected to the Academia Europaea
2012
Elected to the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities
2010
Fermat Prize
2010
Fields Medal
2009
The Anna and Lajos Erdos Prize in Mathematics
2008
Michael Bruno Memorial Award
2004
European Mathematical Society Prize
2003
Salem Prize
2001
Leonard M. and Eleanor B. Blumenthal Award for the Advancement of Research in Pure Mathematics
2001
Nessyahu Ph.D. Thesis Prize
2000
Kennedy-Lee Ph.D. Thesis Prize
1998
Yashinski Prize for Excellence in Graduate Studies

Appointments

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2018–2024
Alice Kusiel and Kurt Vorreuter University Chair
Einstein Institute of Math
2016–2018
Chair
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
2008–2014
Professor
Princeton University
2004–2010
Professor
Clay Mathematics Institute
2003–2005
Long Term Prize Fellow
Courant Institute, NYU
2003–2005
Visiting Member
Stanford University
2001–2003
Szego Assistant Professor
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
1998–1999
Clore Fellowship
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
1997–1998
Teaching Assistant