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Prof. Andrei Suslin Passed Away July 10, 2018

Andrei’s major work was in the area where algebraic geometry, algebraic groups, and algebraic K-theory overlap; in particular, he is responsible for many major results that established algebraic K-theory as an important field.

SNAP 2018 Begins

The second edition of SNAP brings graduate, undergraduate and recent Ph.D. students together for a two week summer school in probability theory. A special lecture will be delivered by Steve Zelditch on Monday, July 16th. The school is sponsored by the NSF RTG grant "Analysis on Manifolds" and by the NSF Career grant DMS 1653552

2018 Frederic Esser Nemmers Mathematics Prize Recipient

The 2018 Nemmers Prize in Mathematics has been awarded to Assaf Naor of Princeton University for his profound work on the geometry of metric spaces, which has led to breakthroughs in the theory of algorithms. The selection committee was Jared Wunsch of Northwestern University, Akshay Venkatesh from Stanford, and Mikhail Lyubich from Stony Brook.

Mathematics Faculty Win 2018 Linzer Grant

For the second year in a row, faculty of the Mathematics Department have been awarded a Daniel I. Linzer grant to promote equity and inclusion. This year the award went to Professors Zaslow, Alongi, Cañez, Kra, and Onnie Rogers, from Psychology, for the Causeway Postbaccalaureate Program. Last year the award went to Professors Kra, DeMarco, Getzler, and Goerss for the Graduate Research Opportunities for Women (GROW) workshops.

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2018 Seminar Calendar

Monday, January 1, 3:00 PM