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Yves Meyer receives the 2017 Abel Prize from His Majesty King Harald
H.M. King Harald presented the Abel Prize to Yves Meyer of the École normale supérieure ParisSaclay, France at an award ceremony in Oslo on 23 May. He receives the prize for his pivotal role in the development of the mathematical theory of wavelets, says John Rognes, chair of the Abel committee. Among the prominent guests attending the award ceremony was the French ambassador to Norway, JeanFrançois Dobelle and the Norwegian Minister of Education and Research, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen. (26.05.2017) More
Birkeland Lecture by David SouthwoodKristian Birkeland
Professor David Southwood from Imperial College, London gives the Birkeland Lecture at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters in Oslo on 15 June at 6 pm. In 2017, the legacy of the physicist Kristian Birkeland still stands solid  150 years after his birth and 100 years after his death. This lecture is one of many events during the Birkeland Anniversary 2017 that will take place 1316th of June. (29.05.2017) More
Abelprisutdeling i Aulaen 2016
His Majesty King Harald will present the Abel Prize to Yves Meyer at an award ceremony in Oslo on 23 May. He receives the prize "for his pivotal role in the development of the mathematical theory of wavelets", to quote the Abel committee. Yves Meyer, of the École normale supérieure ParisSaclay, was the visionary leader in the modern development of this theory, at the intersection of mathematics, information technology and computational science. (12.05.2017) More
The GOESR weather monitoring satellite
The 2017 contest for three international space weather medals, including the Kristian Birkeland medal for Space Weather and Space Climate, is now open. More information the medals and how to nominate can be found here
The new medal recipients will be announced in a medal ceremony at the European Space Weather Week, the 27th of November, 2017. (04.05.2017) More
AMS President Kenneth A. Ribet
"On behalf of the American Mathematical Society, it is my great pleasure to congratulate Professor Yves Meyer, recipient of the 2017 Abel Prize. Professor Meyer has been a visionary in a broad range of fields, including number theory and differential equations. His fundamental work in the theory of wavelets has transformed the world of signal processing and has led to a myriad of practical applications."  AMS President Kenneth A. Ribet (University of California, Berkeley) Photo: Jim Brook
(02.04.2017) More
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16 October 2017 at 09:00  17 October 2017 at 16:00
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Location: The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Drammensveien 78, Oslo The topic of this year's Academy Symposium will be Fake News and Alternative Facts. We have invited prominent speakers from political science, philosophy, psychology, media science and law, as well as journalists and politicians to address a cluster of issues.
