Phil Isett
Not a chance.
Phil IsettNot a chance.
If there was a single person who had done the convex integration fluid dynamics stuff, they could be a strong contender especially considering that Kenig is the chair. But it's really hard see them picking one between Isett, Buckmaster and Vicol.
Phil IsettNot a chance.
If there was a single person who had done the convex integration fluid dynamics stuff, they could be a strong contender especially considering that Kenig is the chair. But it's really hard see them picking one between Isett, Buckmaster and Vicol.
Vlad Vicol is the broadest and most senior mathematician among these. It has been claimed that there would be a surprise winner. In the context of this thread, he would qualify as such.
Tsimerman's recent proof of andre oort is with some very senior ppl, especially jonathan pila at oxford who is considered the leader in this area.
I would say JT is along with Pila and a few others, basically considered among the leaders in the area. JT did the abelian case by himself, so surely he is going to receive a lot of credit for this, IMO.
People in this thread also overlook his very significant work with BB. Plus he’ll have Sarnak campaigning fir him…
Phil IsettNot a chance.
If there was a single person who had done the convex integration fluid dynamics stuff, they could be a strong contender especially considering that Kenig is the chair. But it's really hard see them picking one between Isett, Buckmaster and Vicol.
The kind of problems in PDE that these mathematicians solve (e.g., Onsager conjecture, etc.) aren't particularly deep or original. Also, they are all very good but none stands out over the others.
Tsimerman's recent proof of andre oort is with some very senior ppl, especially jonathan pila at oxford who is considered the leader in this area.I would say JT is along with Pila and a few others, basically considered among the leaders in the area. JT did the abelian case by himself, so surely he is going to receive a lot of credit for this, IMO.
People in this thread also overlook his very significant work with BB. Plus he’ll have Sarnak campaigning fir him…
Who is BB
Tsimerman's recent proof of andre oort is with some very senior ppl, especially jonathan pila at oxford who is considered the leader in this area.I would say JT is along with Pila and a few others, basically considered among the leaders in the area. JT did the abelian case by himself, so surely he is going to receive a lot of credit for this, IMO.
People in this thread also overlook his very significant work with BB. Plus he’ll have Sarnak campaigning fir him…
JT is a contender. Given that he is still young, if voters are on the fence they could defer it to 2026. He might be in a position to get Fields in 2026 similar to Venkatesh in 2018.
Vlad Vicol is way too applied. There are other ppl doing much more fundamental work in nonlinear pde's, such as: sung jin oh and otis chodosh.
PDE is applied analysis. Research in classical analysis/functional analysis had reached diminishing return a few decades ago. The academic descendants of old-time analysists now carry the torch by doing PDE. They have a sizable community so the enterprise will continue for a little longer.
Vlad Vicol is way too applied. There are other ppl doing much more fundamental work in nonlinear pde's, such as: sung jin oh and otis chodosh.PDE is applied analysis. Research in classical analysis/functional analysis had reached diminishing return a few decades ago. The academic descendants of old-time analysists now carry the torch by doing PDE. They have a sizable community so the enterprise will continue for a little longer.
And then?
Vlad Vicol is way too applied. There are other ppl doing much more fundamental work in nonlinear pde's, such as: sung jin oh and otis chodosh.PDE is applied analysis. Research in classical analysis/functional analysis had reached diminishing return a few decades ago. The academic descendants of old-time analysists now carry the torch by doing PDE. They have a sizable community so the enterprise will continue for a little longer.
Lol PDE is literally where most of math comes from because if the historical connections to physics. Lol at how uneducated you are. This is one of the most fertile mathematical fields. Much more fertile than lots of modern day garbage.
Vlad Vicol is way too applied. There are other ppl doing much more fundamental work in nonlinear pde's, such as: sung jin oh and otis chodosh.PDE is applied analysis. Research in classical analysis/functional analysis had reached diminishing return a few decades ago. The academic descendants of old-time analysists now carry the torch by doing PDE. They have a sizable community so the enterprise will continue for a little longer.
Lol PDE is literally where most of math comes from because if the historical connections to physics. Lol at how uneducated you are. This is one of the most fertile mathematical fields. Much more fertile than lots of modern day garbage.
Could something like https://smf.emath.fr/publications/travaux-de-gabber-sur-luniformisation-locale-et-la-cohomologie-etale-des-schemas-quasi or https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691156545/arithmetic-compactifications-of-pel-type-shimura-varieties come from PDE?