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Call for nominationsSenior Scholars, deadline August 1

The Clay Research Conference will be held on 1 October at  Oxford.  The speakers are: Ben Green (Oxford), ​​Jonathan Pila (Oxford), Paul Seidel (MIT), Scott Sheffield (MIT). Four workshops will be held in the week of the conference:

  • Advances in Probablity (Ivan Corwin and Martin Hairer)
  • Analytic Number Theory (Ben Green and Roger Heath-Brown)
  • Functional Transcendence (Jonathan Pia and Alex Wilkie)
  • Symplectic Topology (Dominic Joyce, Alexander Ritter, and Ivan Smith)

Millennium Problems

Supported by much experimental evidence, this conjecture relates the number of points on an elliptic curve mod p to the rank of the group of rational points. Elliptic curves, defined by cubic equations in two variables, are fundamental mathematical objects that arise in many areas: Wiles' proof of the Fermat Conjecture, factorization of numbers into primes, and cryptography, to name three.

News

The Clay Mathematics Institute announces that the 2014 Clay Research Awards have been made to Maryam Mirzakhani and Peter Scholze. Maryam Mirzakhani is recognised for her many and significant...
The 2014 Ramanujan Prize has been awarded to Miguel Walsh of the University of Oxford for his outstanding contributions to Ergodic Theory and Number Theory, including a proof of the...