Aizenman selected for Brouwer Prize
Posted June 19, 2001; 02:31 p.m.
Michael Aizenman, Princeton professor of physics and mathematics, has been selected to receive the Brouwer Prize by the Dutch Mathematical Society. The award is the Netherlands' most prestigious award in mathematics.
Every three years, the society chooses a prominent mathematician to present a lecture on an important field in mathematics and to receive the Brouwer Memorial Medal. Aizenman will give the 2002 Brouwer lecture in mathematical physics during the annual Dutch Mathematical Congress April 4-5 at the Technical University Eindhoven.
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