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Millions in funding for KTH mathematicians

Published Apr 15, 2016

Department of Mathematics has been awarded several grants KAW 2016
Congratulations to all recipients!

Sweden is to become the best in mathematics

For Sweden to regain a leading international position in the mathematics area Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) together with

the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences provides support to a total of 84 prominent scientists in mathematics from 2014 to 2022.

The goal is for Sweden to regain a leading international position by providing the best young scientists of international experience and recruit both young and more experienced mathematicians to Sweden. 

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Sverige ska bli bäst i matematik – satsning om totalt 160 miljoner kronor

Miljonanslag till KTH-matematiker


Professor Kurt Johansson

 KTH Mathematics receives following grant in 2016

* Professor Kurt Johansson is awarded research grants by renewed Wallenberg Scholars for another 5 years

Four established scientists from abroad becomes visiting professors at KTH

* Professor Alfonso Montes-Rodriguez, Universidad de Sevilla

Nya resultat i operatorteorin

* Professor Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, the Collège de France

På gränsen till kaos 

* Professor Alicia Dickstein, University of Buenos Aires

Algebraisk geometri med tillämpningar i biokemi

* Professor Arno Kuijlaars, KU Leuven

Nya upptäckter på väg mot oändligheten

Two established researchers receive funding for a postdoctoral service in Sweden for researchers from abroad:

* Tilman Bauer

Om att kunna räkna bit för bit

* Maurice Duits

  Att förstå slumpen

Two postdoctoral researchers gets employment at universities abroad and support for two years after returning to Sweden:

* Afshin Goodarzi, KTH (Freie Universität Berlin)

Nya problem med gamla rötter   

* Andreas Memory, KTH (Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy)

Gränser i ständig förändring    

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Last changed: Apr 15, 2016