Seven IPAM Affiliates Honored as 2018 Fellows of AMS

Posted on 11/7/17 in News

federico (002)Congratulations to the 2018 Fellows of the American Mathematical Society!  According to the AMS website, these members are recognized for having made outstanding contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement, communication, and utilization of mathematics.  IPAM would like to especially acknowledge those who have been influential to IPAM:

  • Mohammed Abouzaid (Columbia) – organizer for Gauge Theory and Categorification, 2017
  • Federico Ardila (SF State University) – organizer for Latinx in the Mathematical Sciences Conference, 2015 and 2018
  • Emmanuel Candès (Stanford) – Science Advisory Board Member; speaker and organizer for numerous workshops and organizer for upcoming long program Where Big Data Meets Large-Scale Computing, 2018
  • John Pardon (Princeton) – speaker for Interactions Between Analysis and Geometry, 2013
  • Peter Sarnak (Princeton and the Institute for Advanced Study) – speaker for Zariski-dense Subgroups, 2015
  • Simon Tavaré (Cambridge) – Science Advisory Board Member, 2002-2008
  • Joseph Teran (UCLA) – organizer and speaker for numerous workshops; including keynote speaker for NSF Mathematics Institutes’ Modern Math Workshop, 2016, and plenary speaker for Latinx in the Mathematical Sciences Conference, 2015

To see a complete list of the 2018 Fellows please click here.