A Clay Research Award is made to Frank Merle (IHES, Paris), Pierre Raphaël (Cambridge), Igor Rodnianski (Princeton), and Jérémie Szeftel (Sorbonne Université, Paris). The award is made in recognition of their profound contributions to the theory of nonlinear partial differential equations. Merle, Raphaël, Rodnianski and Szeftel are recognised, in particular, for their groundbreaking advances in […]
The Clay Mathematics Institute is pleased to announce that Paul Minter and Huy Tuan Pham have been awarded Clay Research Fellowships. Paul Minter obtained his PhD in 2022 from the University of Cambridge, advised by Neshan Wickramasekera. Paul has been appointed as a Clay Research Fellow for four years beginning 1 July 2023. Huy Tuan Pham will receive his […]
PROMYS Europe Executive Director, Vicky Neale, hosts the podcast series Maths + Cancer, exploring the extraordinary and unexpected ways mathematics and statistics is being applied to cancer research across Oxford and beyond. Throughout the series, Vicky talks to a range of experts to find out more about the role of mathematics and statistics in cancer research, […]
Congratulations to Clay Research Fellow Maggie Miller who has been awarded a 2023 Maryam Mirzakhani New Frontiers Prize for her work on fibered ribbon knots and surfaces in 4-dimensional manifolds.
The Clay Mathematics Institute extends its heartfelt congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Fields Medals, awarded by the IMU at a special ceremony in Helsinki on 5 July. Two of the four winners are former Clay Research Fellows — June Huh (2014-19) and James Maynard (2015-18) — while Maryna Viazovska was the recipient of […]
The Clay Research Conference is returning to the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, with an in-person event on 28 September 2022. The plenary speakers will be Bhargav Bhatt, Igor Rodnianski, and Jacob Tsimerman. Associated workshops will be held throughout the week of the conference, 26-30 September: p-adic Hodge Theory and Applications (Bhargav Bhatt, Akhil Mathew); O-minimality and Diophantine Geometry (Gareth Jones, Alex Wilkie); Stability […]
Andrew Wiles has been awarded the 2016 Abel Prize “for his stunning proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem by way of the modularity conjecture for semistable elliptic curves, opening a new era in number theory.” Abel Prize websi
The Clay Mathematics Institute is pleased to announce that Sir Roger Penrose, OM, FRS, of the University of Oxford will be presented with a Clay Award for Dissemination of Mathematical Knowledge in recognition of his outstanding contributions to geometry, relativity, and other branches of mathematics, and of his tireless work in explaining mathematical ideas to […]
The Clay Mathematics Institute is pleased to announce that Hannah Larson, Alexander Petrov and Ziquan Zhuang have been awarded Clay Research Fellowships.
Congratulations to former Clay Research Fellow Ivan Corwin (2012-2016) who was selected to receive the 2021 Line and Michel Loève International Prize in Probability. The prize is awarded every two years to “recognize outstanding contributions by researchers in probability who are under 45 years old.”
Congratulations to CMI Fellow Amol Aggarwal who recently received the 2021 IAMP Early Career Award. Presented every three years at the International Congress on Mathematical Physics, the prize is awarded in recognition of a single achievement in mathematical physics by a scientist who is under 35 years of age.