Clay Mathematics Institute

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The Clay Mathematics Institute

Clay Research Fellowships

The call for nominations for 2017 Clay Research Fellowships is open. Research Fellows are selected for their research achievements and their potential to become leaders in research mathematics. All are recent PhDs, and most are selected as they complete their thesis work. The fellowships provide generous salary and research expenses, and can be held at any university in the world.

Closing date for nominations: November 16  

Millennium Problems

The prime number theorem determines the average distribution of the primes. The Riemann hypothesis tells us about the deviation from the average. Formulated in Riemann's 1859 paper, it asserts that all the 'non-obvious' zeros of the zeta function are complex numbers with real part 1/2.


The 2016 Clay Research Conference was held in Oxford on 28th September.   The speakers were David Ben-Zvi (Austin), Manjul Bhargava (Princeton), Bill Minicozzi (MIT), and...
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...