Prof. Michael Christ, as well as Lionel Levine (PhD 2007), Anthony Varilly-Alvarado (PhD 2009) and Bianca Viray (PhD 2010), named Fellows of the American Mathematical Society. Congratulations!

Professor Michael Christ has been named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (2021 Class) for contributions to harmonic and complex analysis, and linear partial differential equations.

 

Lionel Levine, 2007 PhD graduate, of Cornell University has been named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (2021 Class) for contributions to research and exposition in probability theory and combinatorics.

 

Anthony Varilly-Alvarado, 2009 PhD graduate, of Rice University has been named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (2021 Class) for contributions to algebraic and arithmetic geometry, in particular to the study of rational points on varieties.

 

Bianca Viray, 2010 PhD graduate, of University of Washington has been named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society (2021 Class) for contributions to arithmetic geometry, in particular to the subject of rational points on varieties, and for sustained efforts to support underrepresented groups in mathematics.

 

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