Alexander Beilinson winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

The International Wolf Foundation Jury Committee in Mathematics has unanimously decided to award the Wolf Prize in Mathematics to:
Professor Alexander Beilinson and professor Vladimir Drinfeld, both from the University of Chicago for their groundbreaking work in algebraic geometry, representation theory, and mathematical physics.

Vladimir Drinfeld winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

The International Wolf Foundation Jury Committee in Mathematics has unanimously decided to award the Wolf Prize in Mathematics to:
Professor Vladimir Drinfeld and Alexander Beilinson, both of the University of Chicago, for their ground-breaking work in algebraic geometry (a field that integrates abstract algebra with geometry), in mathematical physics and in presentation theory, a field which helps to understand complex algebraic structures

Charles Fefferman winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

The jury panel of the 2017 Wolf Prize in Mathematics has unanimously decided to award the prize to Professor Charles Fefferman & professor Richard Schoen.
For their striking contributions to analysis and geometry.

Richard Schoen winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

The jury panel of the 2017 Wolf Prize in Mathematics has unanimously decided to award the prize to Professor Charles Fefferman & professor Richard Schoen.
For their striking contributions to analysis and geometry.

James G. Arthur ,University of Toronto, Canada winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

For his monumental work on the trace formula and his fundamental contributions to the theory of automorphic representations of reductive groups.

Prof. Peter Sarnak, winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

From The Institute for Advanced Study and Princeton University ,Princeton, NJ .USA
For his deep contributions to Analysis, Number Theory, Geometry, and Combinatorics.

Prof. George Mostow winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

From Yale, USA:
For his fundamental and pioneering contribution to geometry and Lie group theory.

Prof. Michael Artin winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

From M.I.T, USA: For his fundamental contributions to algebraic geometry, both commutative and non-commutative.

Luis Caffarelli winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

Luis Caffarelli produced outstanding, visionary, original and fundamental work on partial differential equations, in particular on regularity for elliptic and parabolic equations, free boundary problems and fluid mechanics.

Michael Aschbacher winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

Michael Aschbacher is a principal architect of the classification of finite simple groups. His Impact on the theory of finite groups is extraordinary in its breadth, depth and beauty.

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