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His Majesty King Harald V will present the 2019 Abel Prize to Karen Uhlenbeck at an award ceremony in the University Aula in Oslo on the 21st of May. Uhlenbeck is "Professor Emerita of Mathematics and Sid W. Richardson Regents Chair at the University of Texas at Austin" and "Visitor in the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study".
The award ceremony can be watched as a live webcast on the Abel Prize website. (17.05.2019) More
The lectures will be streamed Georg Sverdrups hus
Karen Uhlenbeck will give her Abel Prize lecture on the 22nd of May at the University of Oslo. ChuuLianTerng and Robert Bryant will give lectures that are related to Uhlenbeck's work. The popular science lecture will be given by standup mathematician Matt Parker. (14.05.2019) More
Chair of the University of Texas at Austin Math Department,
"At the University of Texas at Austin and the Department of Mathematics, we are delighted and tremendously proud of Karen Uhlenbeck, recipient of the 2019 Abel Prize"  Thomas Chen, Chair of the University of Texas at Austin Math Department (19.03.2019) More
Jill Pipher, President of the American Mathematical Society. Photo: Nick Dentamaro/Brown University.
"On behalf of the American Mathematical Society, it is my great pleasure to congratulate Professor Karen Uhlenbeck, recipient of the 2019 Abel Prize. Professor Uhlenbeck has made legendary advances in several fields of mathematics. Her early groundbreaking work on harmonic maps gave rise to a new field, geometric analysis. Her analysis via gauge theory of solutions of YangMills equations, had and will continue to have a profound influence on all future work in this field. She transformed the fields of geometry and analysis, crossing boundaries and making deep discoveries at the interfaces." AMS President Jill Pipher (19.03.2019) More
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Location: University of Oslo and The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters Professor Odd Hassel together with Professor D. H. R. Barton, UK, were in 1969 awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. On that occasion the Department of Chemistry, University of Oslo, will arrange an international conference in honor of Odd Hassel. The conference will highlight the importance of Hassel´s establishment of the structure of cyclohexane and the field of conformation analysis and its importance for the modern aspect of chemistry, biology, medicine, material sciences and catalysis.
