AMS Announces Class of 2019 Fellows
Posted on 3/5/19 in News
Congratulations to the 65 newest American Mathematical Society (AMS) Fellows! AMS Fellows are selected for their “outstanding contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement, communication, and utilization of mathematics” (AMS Journal). Fellows are nominated and chosen by AMS peers, and IPAM is proud to have the following IPAM affiliates in the Class of 2019:
- Christopher Bishop (Stony Brook University) was a speaker for IPAM’s workshop, Analysis and Geometry of Random Shapes.
- Stephan Ramon Garcia (Pomona College) was a core participant in IPAM’s 2018 spring long program, Quantitative Linear Algebra.
- Skip Garibaldi (Center for Communications Research, La Jolla) was an Associate Director at IPAM from 2013-2015.
- Andrew Neitzke (University of Texas at Austin) was an organizer and speaker for IPAM’s workshop, Gauge Theory and Categorification.
- Burt Totaro (University of California, Los Angeles) was a speaker for IPAM’s workshop, Braids, Resolvent Degree and Hilbert’s 13th Problem.
- Zhenghan Wang (University of California, Santa Barbara) was an organizer for IPAM’s workshop, Quantum Computing Materials Challenges and a speaker for Symmetry and Topology in Quantum Matter.
The following Fellows were speakers, organizers, and core participants during IPAM’s 2014 long spring program, Algebraic Techniques for Combinatorial and Computational Geometry:
- Saugata Basu (Purdue University) was a core participant.
- Larry Guth (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) was a speaker for Workshop I and an organizer and speaker for Workshop III
- Harald Andrés Helfgott (Mathematics Institute, Georg-August University Göttingen, CNRS) was a speaker for Workshop IV.
- Alex Poltoratski (Texas A&M University) was a speaker for Workshop III.