Ciprian Demeter awarded Sloan Fellowship

A newly arrived mathematician to Indiana University has been named among 118 young scientists, economists and mathematicians as an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow.

Ciprian Demeter, 33, will receive a $50,000 research grant from the Sloan Foundation, which since 1955 has made awards to young researchers having gone on to win a cumulative 38 Nobel Prizes and 14 Fields Medals, considered the highest honor in mathematics. Demeter had letters of support from two previous Fields Medal winners, Jean Bourgain of the Institute of Advanced Study and Terrence Tao of UCLA. 

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