ILTPEe - Drinfeld V.G. Vladimir G. DRINFELD drinfeld vladimir Gershonovich is a Fields medalist and a corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He was born in 1954 in Kharkov. http://www.ilt.kharkov.ua/bvi/personnel/drinfeld_e.html
Extractions: Vladimir G. DRINFELD DRINFELD Vladimir Gershonovich is a Fields medalist and a corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He was born in 1954 in Kharkov. He studied at Moscow University in 1969-1974 as an undergraduate student and in 1974-1977 as a graduate student. Yuri Ivanovich Manin was his scientific advisor. Drinfeld defended his "candidate" thesis (Russian equivalent of Ph.D) in 1978 at Moscow University. He defended his "doctor" thesis (Russian equivalent of habilitation) in 1988 at Steklov Institute, Moscow. Since 1981 Drinfeld has been working at B.Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics&Engineering (Academy of Sciences of Ukraine). In 1990 he was awarded the Fields medal. In 1992 he was elected a corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Drinfeld's main achievements are: 2)quantum group theory. A survey of a part of his works can be found in his papers in the Proceedings of the International Congresses of Mathematics which took place in 1978 and 1986. See also Manin's paper "On the mathematical work of Vladimir Drinfeld", Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians-1990, pp.3-7. Since 1990 Drinfeld has been working on geometric Langlands program.
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Drinfeld Vladimir Gershonovich Drinfeld. Born 1954 in Kharkov, Ukraine. VladimirDrinfeld studied at Moscow University from 1969 until 1974. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Drinfeld.html
Extractions: Vladimir Drinfeld studied at Moscow University from 1969 until 1974. He graduated in 1974 and remained at Moscow University to undertake research under Yuri Ivanovich Manin's supervision. Drinfeld completed his postgraduate studies in 1977 and he defended his "candidate" thesis in 1978 at Moscow University. The "candidate" thesis is the Russian equivalent of the British or American Ph.D. Since 1981 Drinfeld has been working at B Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine. Drinfeld defended his "doctor" thesis in 1988 at Steklov Institute, Moscow. The "doctor" thesis is the Russian equivalent of German habilitation On 21 August 1990 Drinfeld was awarded a Fields Medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Japan:- ... for his work on quantum groups and for his work in number theory A Jaffe and B Mazur, write in [2] about Drinfeld's work which led to the award of the Fields Medal:-
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Extractions: Previous (Alphabetically) Next Welcome page Vladimir Drinfeld studied at Moscow University from 1969 until 1974. He graduated in 1974 and remained at Moscow University to undertake research under Yuri Ivanovich Manin's supervision. Drinfeld completed his postgraduate studies in 1977 and he defended his "candidate" thesis in 1978 at Moscow University. The "candidate" thesis is the Russian equivalent of the British or American Ph.D. Since 1981 Drinfeld has been working at B Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine. Drinfeld defended his "doctor" thesis in 1988 at Steklov Institute, Moscow. The "doctor" thesis is the Russian equivalent of German habilitation. On 21 August 1990 Drinfeld was awarded a Fields medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Japan:- ... for his work on quantum groups and for his work in number theory. A Jaffe and B Mazur, write in [1] about Drinfeld's work which led to the award of the
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Extractions: ICM-90 Kyoto, Japan, Notices Amer. Math. Soc. M Jimbo, V G Drinfeld's achievements II (Japanese), Sugaku T I Manin, On the mathematical work of Vladimir Drinfeld. Address delivered by Michio Jimbo, Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians Kyoto, Japan I (Tokyo, 1991), 3-7. T I Manin, On the work of Vladimir Drinfeld, Address delivered by Michio Jimbo at ICM-90, Addresses on the works of Fields medalists and Rolf Nevanlinna Prize winner (Kyoto, 1990). T Oda, V G Drinfeld's achievements I (Japanese), Sugaku Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
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Two Members Of The Faculty Receive Named Professorships vladimir drinfeld. Two University professors vladimir drinfeld, Professor in Mathematics, and Ralph Weichselbaum, the http://chronicle.uchicago.edu/010426/named-professors.shtml
Extractions: Vladimir Drinfeld Drinfeld, whose specialties include algebraic geometry and algebraic aspects of mathematical physics, has been appointed the Harry Pratt Judson Distinguished Service Professor in Mathematics. In 1990, Drinfeld received the Fields Medal, the mathematics equivalent to the Nobel Prize. The medals are awarded to no fewer than two and no more than four mathematicians under the age of 40 every four years at the International Congress of Mathematicians. He currently is working in the Geometric Langlands program, which is a part of algebraic geometry closely related to number theory, automorphic form theory and representation theory. Drinfeld received the Soviet equivalent of a Ph.D. in 1978 from Moscow University. He also received a Doctor Sci. degree, which is higher than a Ph.D., from the Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, in 1988. Weichselbaum has been named the first Daniel K. Ludwig Professor.
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Extractions: Vladimir Drinfeld studied at Moscow University from 1969 until 1974. He graduated in 1974 and remained at Moscow University to undertake research under Yuri Ivanovich Manin's supervision. Drinfeld completed his postgraduate studies in 1977 and he defended his "candidate" thesis in 1978 at Moscow University. The "candidate" thesis is the Russian equivalent of the British or American Ph.D. Since 1981 Drinfeld has been working at B Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine. Drinfeld defended his "doctor" thesis in 1988 at Steklov Institute, Moscow. The "doctor" thesis is the Russian equivalent of German habilitation On 21 August 1990 Drinfeld was awarded a Fields Medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Japan:- ... for his work on quantum groups and for his work in number theory A Jaffe and B Mazur, write in [2] about Drinfeld's work which led to the award of the Fields Medal:-
On The Mathematical Work Of Vladimir Drinfeld -- Page 3 On the Mathematical Work of vladimir drinfeld Yuri Ivanovich Manin* SteklovMathematical Institute, 42 Vavilova, 117966 GSP1, Moscow, USSR. Page 3. http://www.icm2002.org.cn/general/prize/medal/1990/Drinfeld/page3.htm
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Drinfeld Portrait Portrait of vladimir drinfeld vladimir drinfeld. JOC/EFR August 2001 http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/PictDisplay/Drinfeld.html
Fields Medal Kong 33 1986 Donaldson, Simon Cambridge UK 27 1986 Faltings, Gerd Germany 32 1986Freedman, Michael Los Angeles USA 35 1990 drinfeld, vladimir Kharkov USSR 36 http://db.uwaterloo.ca/~alopez-o/math-faq/mathtext/node19.html
Extractions: Next: Erdos Number Up: Human Interest Previous: Indiana bill sets the This is the original letter by Fields creating the endowment for the medals that bear his name. It is thought to have been written during the few months before his death. Notice that no mention is made about the age of the recipients (currently there is a 40 year-old limit), and that the medal should not be attached to any person, private or public, meaning that it shouldn't bear anybody's name. It is proposed to found two gold medals to be awarded at successive International Mathematical Congress for outstanding achievements in mathematics. Because of the multiplicity of the branches of mathematics and taking into account the fact that the interval between such congresses is four years it is felt that at least two medals should be available. The awards would be open to the whole world and would be made by an International Committee. The fund for the founding of the medals is constituted by balance left over after financing the Toronto congress held in 1924. This must be held in trust by the Government or by some body authorized by government to hold and invest such funds. It would seem that a dignified method for handling the matter and one which in this changing world should most nearly secure permanency would be for the Canadian Government to take over the fund and appoint as his custodian say the Prime Minister of the Dominion or the Prime Minister in association with the Minister of Finance. The medals would be struck at the Mint in Ottawa and the duty of the custodian would be simply to hand over the medals at the proper time to the accredited International Committee.
Full Alphabetical Index List of mathematical biographies indexed alphabetically Drach, Jules (143). drinfeld, vladimir (401*). du BoisReymond, Paul (137*) http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Indexes/Full_Alph.html
Autumn 2002 Course Descriptions Math 47000, Geometric Langlands Seminar. Beilinson, Alexander anddrinfeld, vladimir. Beilinson, Alexander and drinfeld, vladimir. http://www.math.uchicago.edu/2002-2003.html
Extractions: Math 34100, Geometric Literacy Farb, Benson This years topics might include: basics of symplectic geometry, harmonic maps in geometry, pseudo-Anosov homeomorphisms and Thurston's compactification of Teichmuller space, algebraic geometry for non-algebraic geometers. Prereq: First year graduate sequence Math 35002, Introduction to D-modules Ginzburg, Victor Introduction to the theory of algebraic D-modules after Kashiwara-Beilinson-Bernstein (more accessible than Borel's book on D-modules). Prereq: Basic algebraic and differential geometry (rather little) Math 36000, Topology Proseminar May, J. Peter Math 37002, Boundary Value Problems for Elliptic Equations Nadirashvili, Nikolai We will consider boundary value problems for general linear elliptic second order equations and for some types of nonlinear equations, including the minimal surface equation, Monge-Ampere equation. Math 38500, Applied Mathematics Literacy Scott, Ridgway Guest lectures by experts on particular subjects will be featured.