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NAS Award in Mathematics

Established by the American Mathematical Society in Commemoration of its Centennial

Awarded for excellence of research in the mathematical sciences published within the past ten years.


Recipients:

Clifford H. Taubes (2008)
For groundbreaking work relating to Seiberg-Witten and Gromov-Witten invariants of symplectic 4-manifolds, and his proof of Weinstein conjecture for all contact 3-manifolds.

Dan-Virgil Voiculescu (2004)
For the theory of free probability, in particular, using random matrices and a new concept of entropy to solve several hitherto intractable problems in von Neumann algebras.

Ingrid Daubechies (2000)
For fundamental discoveries on wavelets and wavelet expansions and for her role in making wavelet methods a practical basic tool of applied mathematics.

Andrew J. Wiles (1996)
For his proof of Fermat's Last Theorem by discovering a beautiful strategy to establish a major portion of the Shimura-Taniyama conjecture, and for his courage and technical power in bringing his idea to completion.

Robert MacPherson (1992)
For his role in the introduction and application of radically new approaches to the topology of singular spaces, including characteristics classes, intersection homology, perverse sheaves, and stratified Morse theory.

Robert P. Langlands (1988)
For his extraordinary vision, which has brought the theory of group representations into a revolutionary new relationship with the theory of automorphic forms and number theory.

 

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