Professor Ben J. Green
Professor Ben J. GreenPhD (Cantab) 2003, BA (Cantab) 1998
Ben [dot] Green [-at-] maths [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk
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Reception: +44 1865 273525
I am interested in several areas of pure mathematics. Much of my research lies at the interface of analysis, discrete mathematics and number theory, a particular interest being the application of the first two subjects to the third. I have also worked on topics in group theory and discrete geometry. My best known result is my joint work with Terence Tao, establishing that there are arbitrarily long arithmetic progressions of prime numbers.
Prizes, Awards and Scholarships:
Clay Research Award (2004), Ostrowski Prize (2005), Whitehead Prize (2005), ICM Section Lecture (2006), Leverhulme Prize (2007), European Mathematical Society Prize (2008), Fellow of the Royal Society (2010), ICM Plenary Lecture (2014)
I am on sabbatical leave at the University of Auckland, New Zealand until mid-April 2014.
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Forthcoming talks and visits:
February 19th 2014: Number theory day, Auckland NZ (talks on bounded gaps between primes)
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