Four Oxford Mathematicians have been awarded 2021 London Mathematical Society (LMS) Prizes. Ehud Hrushovski is awarded a Pólya Prize, Endre Süli is awarded the Naylor Prize and Lectureship, and Patrick Farrell and Stuart White receive Whitehead Prizes.
Udi Hrushovski's work is concerned with mapping the interactions and interpretations among different mathematical worlds. Endre's research is concerned with the analysis of numerical algorithms for the approximate solution of partial differential equations and the mathematical analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations in continuum mechanics. Patrick works on the numerical solution of partial differential equations, while Stuart's research focuses on operator algebras, a branch of functional analysis with connections to many other branches of pure mathematics.
Find out more about all the prize winners.