ICM Announces its 2022 Plenary Speakers
The International Congress of Mathematics (ICM) has announced the plenary speakers for its 2022 conference. ICM is the largest conference on pure and applied mathematics as well as one of the world’s oldest scientific congresses, and is run every four years by the International Mathematical Union in partnership with host country organizers. The next ICM will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia, from July 6 – 14, 2022. Amongst the plenary speakers are the following IPAM affiliates:
- Frans Pretorius (Princeton University), speaker for IPAM’s 2021 workshop, Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Gravitation.
- Weinan E (Princeton University), speaker for several IPAM events, including the 2020 workshop, High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi Methods in Control and Differential Games.
- Alice Guionnet (CNRS), organizer and core participant for IPAMs 2018 long program, Quantitative Linear Algebra.
- Catharina Stroppel (University of Bonn), organizer and speaker for IPAM’s 2017 workshop, Gauge Theory and Categorification.
- Larry Guth (MIT), organizer and speaker for IPAM’s 2014 workshop, The Kakeya Problem, Restriction Problem, and Sum-product Theory.
- Laure Saint-Raymond (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon), organizer for IPAM’s 2009 workshop, The Boltzmann Equation: DiPerna-Lions Plus 20 Years.
- Scott Scheffield (MIT), speaker for IPAM’s 2007 workshop, Random Shapes, Representation Theory, and Conformal Field Theory.