$3 million prize for mathematics won by a UK researcher

Posted on September 22, 2020

A British-Austrian researcher at Imperial College, London has won the $3 million Breakthrough Prize which is the mathematics' equivalent of the Nobel Prize.

He won this distinguished award for his work on a family of equations which have stumped workers in the field for a long time. Stochastic analysis deals with complex every day situations like forest fires or stirring tea in a cup.

You can read more about his work at The Guardian.

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