Congratulations to Deligne from Director Dijkgraaf at IAS

Robbert Dijkgraaf, Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, congratulated Pierre Deligne with the Abel Prize after the official announcement at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters in Oslo.

Robbert Dijkgraaf, Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J., USA
Photo: Andrea Kane 
Robbert Dijkgraaf, Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J., USA Photo: Andrea Kane

 "We are extremely proud and pleased that you have received the great honor of the 2013 Abel Prize from the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters in recognition of your transformative work and impact on the field of mathematics. Your keen insight and total dedication as a mathematician are matched only by your great mentorship and generous spirit, which has inspired generations of researchers here at the Institute for Advanced Study and around the world. Your commitment, impact, and modesty mirror that of Niels Henrik Abel. We wish that we could celebrate with you in Paris, but please know that your colleagues and the entire Institute community in Princeton will celebrate with you today! Congratulations again on this wonderful honor, and thanks to the Academy for the creation of this remarkable award."

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The Honouring of the 2020 Abel Prize Laureates

All events in connection to the Abel Prize Week in May are cancelled due to the Corona pandemic. The 2020 Abel Prize Laureates Hillel Furstenberg and Gregory Margulis will be honoured, together with the Abel Prize Laureate(s) of 2021 during next year’s Abel Prize Ceremony, May 25 2021.

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Furstenberg and Margulis to share the Abel Prize

The Abel Prize for 2020 goes to Hillel Furstenberg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel​ and Gregory Margulis, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA, for “pioneering the use of methods from probability and dynamics in group theory, number theory and combinatorics.”

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President of the Academy announces Abel Prize winner

The President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Hans Petter Graver will announce the winner of the 2020 on March 18. The Academy's choice of laureate is based on the Abel Committee's recommendation.

The event will be in an all-digital format and streamed live from this location

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