Olivia Caramello

Her main contribution has been the development of methods and techniques for transferring information between distinct mathematical theories by using toposes.

After obtaining her Ph.D. in Mathematics at Trinity College – University of Cambridge (2009), she worked as a post-doctoral researcher in various renowned institutions, such as at the Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi of the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa), Jesus College – University of Cambridge, the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics (Bonn), the IHES and the Université de Paris VII.

She is the author of the book “Theories, Sites, Toposes: Relating and studying mathematical theories through topos-theoretic ‘bridges’” (Oxford University Press, 2017).

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Dennis Gaitsgory

He studied at Tel Aviv University under Joseph Bernstein (1990-1996) and received his doctorate in 1997. Prior to his 2005 appointment at Harvard he was an associate professor at the University of Chicago from 2001–2005.

His work in geometric Langlands culminated in a joint 2002 paper which established the conjecture for finite fields, and a separate 2004 paper, generalizing the proof to include the field of complex numbers as well.

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