Three Oxford Mathematicians have been awarded 2019 London Mathematical Society (LMS) Prizes.
Andrew Wiles has been awarded a De Morgan Medal for his seminal contributions to number theory and for his resolution of ‘Fermat’s Last Theorem’ in particular, as well as for his numerous activities promoting mathematics in general.
Ben Green has been awarded a Senior Whitehead Prize for his groundbreaking results in additive combinatorics, analytic number theory and group theory.
David Conlon has been awarded a Whitehead Prize in recognition of his many contributions to combinatorics. His particular expertise is Ramsey Theory, where he has made fundamental contributions to both the arithmetic and graph-theoretic sides of the subject.