Clay Mathematics Institute

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The Clay Mathematics Institute

Clay Research Conference and Workshops 
Oxford, 26 - 30 September, 2016. 

  • Algebraic Geometry: Old and New (Alessio Corti, János Kollár, Miles Reid, and Nick Shepherd-Barron)
  • Geometric Representation Theory and Beyond (Iain Gordon, Kobi Kremnitzer, and Raphael Rouquier)
  • Mean Curvature Flow (Toby Colding and Bill Minicozzi)
  • Recent Developments on Elliptic Curves (Manjul Bhargava, Henri Darmon, and Chris Skinner) 

Millennium Problems

In 1904 the French mathematician Henri Poincaré asked if the three dimensional sphere is characterized as the unique simply connected three manifold. This question, the Poincaré conjecture, was a special case of Thurston's geometrization conjecture. Perelman's proof tells us that every three manifold is built from a set of standard pieces, each with one of eight well-understood geometries.


The Clay Mathematics Institute's 2015 Annual Report is available in the publications section.  It includes reports on the talks by Mike Hopkins, Peter Scholze, Charles Fefferman, Andrei...
The call for nominations for 2017 Clay Research Fellowships is open. Fellows are selected for their research achievements and their potential to become leaders in research mathematics....


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