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Some thoughts about ICM 2022 in Paris 

Here are some French and non French mathematicians that have agreed to answer some questions about the project ICM 2022 in Paris.

 

Luigi Ambrosio, Italian mathematician, is a professor at Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.  His main fields of research are the calculus of variations and geometric mesasure theory. He is member of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.

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Volker Mehrmann, German mathematician, professor at the Technische Universität, Berlin. He is a specialist in numerical linear algebra, algebraic-differential equations and control. As head of Matheon, he has been very involved in numerous activities concerning the interaction with industry in Germany and in Europe in general.

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Endre Szemerédi, Hungarian-American mathematician, professor at Rutgers University and emeritus professor at the Rényi Insititute in Budapest.  Especialist in combinatoris and theoretical computer science, he won the Abel prize in 2012.

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S.R. Srinivasa Varadhan, Indian and American mathematician, professor at Courant Institute, New York University. Especialist in probability and diffusion processes, he ha created a unified theory of large deviations. Recipient of numerous prizes, he was awarded the Abel prize in 2007.

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Claire Voisin, French mathematician, professor at Collège de France (Paris) and member of the French Academy of Sciences.
She is a specialist in algebraic geometry. She won the Gold medal of CNRS in 2016.

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Günter M. Ziegler, German mathematician, well known for his research in discrete mathematics and geometry, in particular on the combinatorics of polytopes. He won the Leibnitz prize in 2001.

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Why they love to work in Paris

Here you can find a series of interviews of non-French mathematicians who speak about their experience visiting and working in Paris:
 
 
Professor Manjul Bhargava is Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University,  Professor of Number Theory at Leiden University, and holds Adjunct Professorships at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, and the University of Hyderabad. He has made leading contributions towards number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Bhargava was awarded the Fields Medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Seoul 2014. 


Timothy Gowers is a Britsh mathematician. He received the Prize of the European Mathematical Society in 1996 and the Fields medal for research on  functional analysis and bombinatorics at International Congress of Mathematicians, Berlin 1998.
 

 

Professor Masaki Kashiwara is Profesor emeritus in Mathematics at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University. He has made leading contributions towards algebraic analysis, microlocal analysis, D-module theory, Hodge theory, sheaf theory and representation theory. Professor Kashiwara was awarded the Iyanaga prize by Mathematics Society Japan, the Asahi prize  and the Japan Academy prize. He is a member of the Japan Academy and of the French Academy of Sciences. He was Vice-President of the IMU from 2003 to 2006.

 

Zvi Lotker is currently lecturer at Communication Systems Engineering, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel.  He has made leading contributions towards Computer networks, distributed systems, social networks, mobile and wireless computing, graphs and networks algorithms, algorithms for dynamic networks. 

 

Sujatha Ramdorai is an algebraic number theorist expert in Iwasawa theory. She is a professor of mathematics and Canada Research Chair at University of British Columbia, Canada and previously at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. She is the first Indian to win the prestigious ICTP Ramanujan Prize in 2006 and also a winner of the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award, the highest honour in scientific fields by Indian Government in 2004.

 

Todor Tsankov is assistant professor in mathematics at Université Paris Diderot. His work is on the interactions between logic and dynamical systems.