"Abel in Zürich" - symposium with two laureates

The Institute for Mathematical Research (FIM) at ETH Zürich hosted a one-day symposium on the 20th of January with talks given by Abel Laureates Sir Michael Atiyah and Endre Szemerédi and by John Rognes, chair of the Abel Prize Committee. All talks took place in the main building of ETH Zürich, Rämistrasse 101, in lecture hall G 3.

From left: John Rognes, chair of the Abel committee, Abel Laureates Endre Szemerédi and Sir Michael Atiyah and Kristian Ranestad, Chair of the Abel Board. Photo: Anne-Marie AstadFrom left: John Rognes, chair of the Abel committee, Abel Laureates Endre Szemerédi and Sir Michael Atiyah and Kristian Ranestad, Chair of the Abel Board. Photo: Anne-Marie Astad

It has become a tradition that an Abel symposium is held in connection with the Abel Committee meeting. ETH Zurich is one of the world's leading universities for technology and the natural sciences. FIM «Forschungsinstitut für Mathematik» welcomes mathematicians from all over the world and invites them to do research, to teach and to exchange their knowledge in a straightforward, inspiring and lively environment.

Rahul Pandharipande, member of the Abel Committee and a Professor at the Department of Mathematics ETH Zürich, set up the program for the "Abel in Zürich"-symposium.

Program:
11:00 - 11:50 Sir Michael Atiyah: A new look at old ideas of Einstein and Dirac
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 13:50 Endre Szemerédi: On subset sums
14:00 - 14:50 John Rognes: Spaces of Manifolds
15:00 - 16:00 Reception

 

Robert P. Langlands received the Abel Prize from H.M. King Harald

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Would you like to attend the 2018 Abel Prize award ceremony?

The Abel Prize award ceremony takes place at 22 may 2018, 14:00 in the University Aula in Oslo, Norway. His Majesty King Harald V will present the prize to this year’s laureate, Robert P. Langlands.  The ceremony is open, but requires registration. For registration, click here

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AMS President congratulates Robert P. Langlands

"It is my great pleasure to congratulate Professor Robert P. Langlands, winner of the 2018 Abel Prize. Robert Langlands is one of the most distinguished mathematicians alive today and a towering figure in the history of modern mathematics. His insights, which grew out of penetrating technical work early in his career, have transformed and enriched both number theory and representation theory. The deep relations between the two subjects that he predicted and probed have guided the work of countless mathematicians over the last 50 years."
- Kenneth A. Ribet, AMS President, University of California, Berkeley

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Article about Abel Prize winner Langlands

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Robert P. Langlands receives the Abel Prize

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has decided to award the Abel Prize for 2018 to Robert P. Langlands of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA “for his visionary program connecting representation theory to number theory.”

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