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Stanford University, sponsored by Continuing Studies, is hosting this year’s A Celebration of Mind event on October 20 at 7:30pm at the CEMEX Auditorium. A Celebration of the Mind brings together an artist, a magician, and a mathematician¬† to “provoke the pleasures of perception and illusion, all in the spirit of [Martin] Gardner.” This year’s contributors are Alexa Meade, artist, Mark Mitton, magician, and Henry Segerman, mathematician.

Welcome Stanford Mathematics Graduate Students
    Join us in welcoming 15 new graduate students to the Mathematics Department this fall.   Pictured: Front row, left to right: Slava Naprienko, Sophie Libkind, Shuli Chen, Wyatt Mackey, Libby Taylor Middle row, left to right: Sanchit Chaturvedi, Yang Liu, Mark Selke, Sean Cotner, Rodrigo Angelo Back row, left to right: Lie Qian, Daren Chen, Sammy Luo, Panos Dimakis, Pranav Nuti

Professor George Papanicolaou named winner of 2019 Lagrange Prize
  The International Council for Industrial & Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) has awarded Stanford Mathematics Professor George Papanicolaou the 2019 Lagrange Prize. According the ICIAM website, the Lagrange Prize “was established to provide international recognition to individual mathematicians who have made an exceptional contribution to applied mathematics throughout their careers.”¬† The 2019 prizes will be presented at the next ICIAM Congress in Valencia, Spain from July 15-19, 2019.

photo of Jacob Fox
  Mathematics professor, Jacob Fox, has become the new director of the Mathematics Research Center (MRC), effective August 1, 2018. Professor Fox takes over the directorship from Professor Soren Galatius who served as director from 2014-2018. Fox’s research interests include combinatorics, geometry, number theory, and probability. The MRC is vital to sustain the research activities of both pure and applied mathematics in the Stanford Mathematics Department.¬†

Photo of Akshay Venkatesh
    Stanford Mathematics Professor Akshay Venkatesh has been awarded the 2018 Fields Medal. The Fields Medal is one of the highest honors in mathematics, awarded every four years to 2-4 mathematicians under 40 years of age at the International Congress of Mathematics. The award recognizes outstanding mathematical achievement for existing work and the promise of future achievement. This year’s Congress took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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