Aaron Naber. Vlad Vicol. Jacob Tsimmerman.
Fields Medals predictions for 2022?

idk why Bhatt keeps coming up again and again. He is extremely talented and very visible in the sense that his work is very hot right now, but almost all of his work is in close collaboration with Scholze or (in upcoming work) with Lurie.
idk why Deligne keeps coming up again and again. He is extremely talented and very visible in the sense that his work is very hot right now, but almost all of his work is in close collaboration with Grothendieck or (in upcoming work) with Lusztig.
hahahaahaha. this is the funnies thing i have read on this form.what a bhatt stan.
Even before proving the weil conjectures, deligne had far deeper results than *most* living mathematicians. for example he had already come up with his mixed hodge theory, his criteria for degeneration of the leray spectral sequence, his work with mumford on the first definition of stacks, the riemann hilbert correspondence.
idc if bhatt wins or not, but there is no comparison between *most* mathematicians and deligne.

hahahaahaha. this is the funnies thing i have read on this form.what a bhatt stan.
Even before proving the weil conjectures, deligne had far deeper results than *most* living mathematicians. for example he had already come up with his mixed hodge theory, his criteria for degeneration of the leray spectral sequence, his work with mumford on the first definition of stacks, the riemann hilbert correspondence.
idc if bhatt wins or not, but there is no comparison between *most* mathematicians and deligne.Nice try, Pierre, we all know this is you. You're a very respected mathematician and you should have better things to do than hype yourself up on EJMR.

Aaron Naber. Vlad Vicol. Jacob Tsimmerman.
Interesting. I think Tsimerman is the only one out of them who has been mentioned here
Vicol has been mentioned, but he seems unlikely (why him and not Buckmaster or Isett, and there are more senior people who did a lot of the important work, too). Naber I guess could have an outside chance, but is he really a stronger candidate than Brendle in 2018?

Aaron Naber. Vlad Vicol. Jacob Tsimmerman.
Interesting. I think Tsimerman is the only one out of them who has been mentioned here
Vicol has been mentioned, but he seems unlikely (why him and not Buckmaster or Isett, and there are more senior people who did a lot of the important work, too). Naber I guess could have an outside chance, but is he really a stronger candidate than Brendle in 2018?
Naber has ~ zero chance. He was weaker than Brendle in 2018. Moreover, if one of the medalists in 2022 is in mathematical physics, HDC will dominate over people like Naber. (HDC's work is more in statistical physics, not QFT/HEP as Naber does, but there could be maximum of 1 winner in mathematical physics.)

hahahaahaha. this is the funnies thing i have read on this form.what a bhatt stan.
Even before proving the weil conjectures, deligne had far deeper results than *most* living mathematicians. for example he had already come up with his mixed hodge theory, his criteria for degeneration of the leray spectral sequence, his work with mumford on the first definition of stacks, the riemann hilbert correspondence.
idc if bhatt wins or not, but there is no comparison between *most* mathematicians and deligne.Nice try, Pierre, we all know this is you. You're a very respected mathematician and you should have better things to do than hype yourself up on EJMR.
It’s Vicomte Deligne to you, pleb