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Winners of the Wolf Prize

Jean-Pierre SerreJohn TateAndrew WilesVladimir Arnold

The Wolf Prize is awarded almost annually by the Wolf Foundation in Israel, usually to two mathematicians. Since the Institute opened, 16 winners of the Wolf Prize have attended our programmes.

Name Year of
Visit
Programme / Event
Arnold, Vladimir 1994
1992
Symplectic Geometry
Dynamo Theory
Aschbacher, Michael 2009 Algebraic Lie Theory
Caffarelli, Luis 2010
2001
Stochastic Partial Differential Equations (SPDEs)
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Deligne, Pierre 2009 Non-Abelian Fundamental Groups in Arithmetic Geometry
Furstenberg, Hillel 2000 Ergodic Theory, Geometric Rigidity and Number Theory
Gromov, Mikhail 1995 Semantics of Computation
Lax, Peter 2003 Nonlinear Hyperbolic Waves in Phase Dynamics and Astrophysics
Margulis, Gregori Alexandrovitch 2000 Ergodic Theory, Geometric Rigidity and Number Theory
Mumford, David Bryant 1993 Computer Vision
Novikov, Sergei P 2009
2007
2001
Discrete Integrable Systems
Analysis on Graphs and its Applications
Integrable Systems
Serre, Jean-Pierre 2009
1997
Algebraic Lie Theory
Representation Theory of Algebraic Groups and Related Finite Groups
Sinai, Yakov G 2010
2003
1997
Stochastic Partial Differential Equations (SPDEs)
Interaction and Growth in Complex Stochastic Systems
Disordered Sytems and Quantum Chaos
Tate, John 1998
1993
Arithmetic Geometry
L-functions and Arithmetic
Thompson, John Griggs 1997 Representation Theory of Algebraic Groups and Related Finite Groups
Wiles, Andrew 2009
2004
1993
Non-Abelian Fundamental Groups in Arithmetic Geometry
Random Matrix Approaches in Number Theory
L-functions and Arithmetic
Yau, Shing-Tung 1994 Geometry and Gravity
University of Cambridge Research Councils UK
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