Bellaïche wins AMS Centennial Fellowship

Joël Bellaïche has been awarded the prestigious AMS Centennial Fellowship for 2010-11. Jöel, Associate Professor in Mathematics, joined the Math Department in 2008. Joël’s research interests include Number Theory, Automorphic Forms, Galois Representations, L functions, Algebraic and Rigid Geometry, p-adic Families of Automorphic Forms, and Stochastic Calculus.

The AMS Centennial Fellowship was established by the AMS in 1973 to provide one-year fellowships for research in mathematics. In 1988 the fellowship was renamed to honor the AMS Centennial. The primary selection criterion for the fellowship is the excellence of the candidate’s research.

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