Ramanujan Prize-winner meets Abel Laureate

Indian mathematician Ramdorai Sujatha (44) was awarded the 2006 Ramanujan Prize. Science reporter Gabriela Preda talked to Ramdorai Sujatha after the award ceremony in Triste. See the link below for the complete interview.
Lennart Carleson, the 2006 Abel Laureate, presented the prize to Professor Sujatha at the award ceremony 18 December at the International Centre of Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, Italy. Ramdorai Sujatha met with both Lennart Carleson and this year's Abel Laureate Srinivasa Varadhan in Oslo. Varadhan is also on the prize committee for the Ramanujan Prize. The Ramanujan Prize was established at International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, Italy, to honour young mathematicians who have conducted outstanding research in developing countries. The Ramanujan Prize is supported by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters through the Abel Fund, with the cooperation of the International Mathematical Union.


Read the interview with Ramdorai Sujatha

Read the interview with Ramdorai Sujatha

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President of the Academy announces Abel Prize winner

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