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Jim Simons: The Brightest Billionaire
Jim Simons: The Brightest Billionaire Jim Simons is an American mathematician, CEO, and philanthropist. Simons is the founder of Renaissance Technologies LLC, an investment management firm controlling over $60 billion, and of the Simons Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds education, … Continue reading
MachineChecked Proof
“In my view, the choice between the conventional process by a human referee and computer verification is as evident as the choice between a sundial and an atomic clock in science.” – Tom Hales (from [4]) “The rapid advance of … Continue reading
Donaldson Turns 60
“Donaldson has opened up an entirely new area; unexpected and mysterious phenomena about the geometry of 4dimensions have been discovered. Moreover, the methods are new and extremely subtle, using difficult nonlinear partial differential equations. On the other hand, this theory … Continue reading
Posted in Algebraic Geometry, Math, Topology
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Some Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students in Mathematics
Most PhD programs in the United States fund their graduate students. Yet it is still beneficial for graduate students to obtain outside funding. A graduate student’s funding may be offered in the form of a teaching fellowship, but those wishing to … Continue reading
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Experience at an AMS Mathematics Research Community
The AMS Mathematics Research Communities (MRC) is an NSFfunded program to help graduate students and postdocs jumpstart their careers. Every summer the AMS runs three sessions, each on a specific subject. Budding researchers in that area work intensively with each … Continue reading