08 Feb 2024

Crafoord prize to Claire Voisin

As first woman mathematician, Claire Voisin won the Crafoord prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences “for outstanding contributions to complex and algebraic geometry, including Hodge theory, algebraic cycles, and hyperkähler geometry”, as announced on January 30, 2024. She joins the prestigious list of mathematicians who have received the prize in previous years like Enrico Bombieri, Yakov Eliashberg, Jean Bourgain, and Terence Tao.
See the academy’s video about Claire Voisin’s work and the social media posts on Facebook(@Vetenskapsakademien), Linkedin(@Kungl. Vetenskapsakademien), and X(@ScienceAcad_swe).
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