How about Adiprasito for 2026?Does he have enough non-Huh stuff?
I think he only collaborated with Huh one time, and I think he also had a purely algebraic geometry paper
Laurent Lafforgue became deadwood after his medal, but that doesn't change the fact that he achieved a monumental result that would have garnered a FM regardless of the year. Note how he actually got it in a year where only two medals were awarded.
Still puzzled how R. Taylor didn't get it in that year
Laurent Lafforgue became deadwood after his medal, but that doesn't change the fact that he achieved a monumental result that would have garnered a FM regardless of the year. Note how he actually got it in a year where only two medals were awarded.
Still puzzled how R. Taylor didn't get it in that year
Wiles didn’t like him
Laurent Lafforgue became deadwood after his medal, but that doesn't change the fact that he achieved a monumental result that would have garnered a FM regardless of the year. Note how he actually got it in a year where only two medals were awarded.
Still puzzled how R. Taylor didn't get it in that yearWiles didn’t like him
Seriously?
I love how earlier Adiprasito was being mentioned in the context Huh or Adiprasito might win 2022. That was asinine. It was always Huh and only Huh.
Now people immediately start mentioning Adiprasito again because it’s a name they know that hasn’t won yet. His best work by far is combinatorial Hodge theory for matroids and someone already won for combinatorial Hodge theory for matroids and other objects, Dowling-Wilson, etc.
I heard this from a tenured vhrm math prof too,not sure what the story is
Laurent Lafforgue became deadwood after his medal, but that doesn't change the fact that he achieved a monumental result that would have garnered a FM regardless of the year. Note how he actually got it in a year where only two medals were awarded.
Still puzzled how R. Taylor didn't get it in that yearWiles didn’t like him
I love how earlier Adiprasito was being mentioned in the context Huh or Adiprasito might win 2022. That was asinine. It was always Huh and only Huh.
Now people immediately start mentioning Adiprasito again because it’s a name they know that hasn’t won yet. His best work by far is combinatorial Hodge theory for matroids and someone already won for combinatorial Hodge theory for matroids and other objects, Dowling-Wilson, etc.
Yeah I know JH and even he said that the work on the Lefschetz principle for spheres by KA is greater than Hodge Theory for matroids. Matroids uses a well known principle that was known before, and had been exploited for instance by Elias and Williamson (and honestly Williamson should have gotten Fields instead of Huh. Huh was just a more digestible result for public). KA and then Papadakis and Petrotou developed an entirely new idea to prove Lefschetz.
Plus he solved semistable conjecture of Abramovich and Karu, used geometric group theory to prove Dantzig conjecture in many cases, solved a problem of Legendre in his thesis.
I love how earlier Adiprasito was being mentioned in the context Huh or Adiprasito might win 2022. That was asinine. It was always Huh and only Huh.
Now people immediately start mentioning Adiprasito again because it’s a name they know that hasn’t won yet. His best work by far is combinatorial Hodge theory for matroids and someone already won for combinatorial Hodge theory for matroids and other objects, Dowling-Wilson, etc.Yeah I know JH and even he said that the work on the Lefschetz principle for spheres by KA is greater than Hodge Theory for matroids. Matroids uses a well known principle that was known before, and had been exploited for instance by Elias and Williamson (and honestly Williamson should have gotten Fields instead of Huh. Huh was just a more digestible result for public). KA and then Papadakis and Petrotou developed an entirely new idea to prove Lefschetz.
Plus he solved semistable conjecture of Abramovich and Karu, used geometric group theory to prove Dantzig conjecture in many cases, solved a problem of Legendre in his thesis.
Agree on Williamson. They applied essentially the same principle, but to a more complicated problem. Probably he should have won, but this would have excluded Huh as, it was essentially the same idea.
Laffourge apparently tried to get a (female) postdoc permanently hired at IHES. He failed, and quit in protest (what I heard).
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https://www.econjobrumors.com/topic/why-did-laurent-lafforgue-stop-doing-research
https://www.econjobrumors.com/topic/fields-medalist-laurent-lafforgue-joins-huawei
https://www.econjobrumors.com/topic/laurent-lafforgue-to-industry-huawei