Transforming the World
The MATH+ Visiting Scholarship Program aims to enhance the international profile of MATH+ by providing support for longer visits by outstanding scientists and scholars from around the world. The program primarily aims to invite researchers whose expertise can promote specific areas of mathematical excellence in Berlin. This includes both early career researchers (MATH+ Visiting Scholars) and senior researchers (MATH+ Distinguished Visiting Scholars). In general, it is intended that MATH+ (Distinguished) Visiting Scholars will visit Berlin for a period of several months (usually 1-6 months) to work on joint projects with colleagues from MATH+ and be available for discussions with junior researchers and BMS students. In particular, they are expected to offer, for example, a course, seminar, or block course, possibly within the frame of a summer school.
The following professors have been selected as (Distinguished) Visiting Scholars:
Omid Amini (École Polytechnique, Palaiseau), 2022 – 2023
Claude Le Bris (CERMICS, ENPC), 2022 – 2023
Thomas McCormick (UBC), 2022
Alexander Govorov (U Ohio), 2021
Rolf Krause (U Lugano), 2020