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 Posted by Dohyun Kim  February 12, 2014 at 10:04 pm  Report Abuse 
www.icm2014.org
     Posted by Richard Sonnenschein in reply to Dohyun Kim  February 13, 2014 at 8:26 am  Report Abuse 
    Thank you Kim Dohyun for the link to the ICM in Seoul. This is a good year for Korean mathematics. Will there be colleagues from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in attendance ? I remember two mathematics PhD students from the DPRK in Moscow 1990/91, which had to return home all of a sudden. Never heard of them again. It is my hope that mathematicians visiting the peninsula at the occasion of the Congress would contribute to a peaceful future for both Koreas by good example. After all, mathematics is a force of peace !
 Posted by Roberto Canalis  February 4, 2014 at 10:25 pm  Report Abuse 
The committee will balance geographic [Europe (led by France), USA (led by Cambridge MA), developing countries (led by very influential Brazil)] as well as topical as well as gender [highest profiles are Mirkhazani, Morel and Cszornei] distribution of the medalists. The most likely medalists are : Avila, Bhargava, Mirkhazani, Lurie or Helfgott.
     Posted by Leo Morray in reply to Roberto Canalis  February 7, 2014 at 4:24 am  Report Abuse 
    Interesting comment. Looking at the list of purported candidates in the poll, it would appear that political considerations such as you mention will come to the fore. The accomplishments of people in this group are just too diverse to be ordered or compared !
       Posted by Roberto Canalis in reply to Leo Morray  February 9, 2014 at 9:27 pm  Report Abuse 
      Mathematics has become more diverse and traditional fields, in particular in pure maths, can no longer claim pride of place. In the list, Martin Hairer is a candidate who works in a field that has never been 'fielded'.
 Posted by Duke Talent Search 1990  January 31, 2014 at 3:04 am  Report Abuse 
Can RAND draw a triangle? What about 3 dimensional pi?
 Posted by alessio  January 19, 2014 at 9:18 pm  Report Abuse 
no hope for indian
 Posted by RAHMANI  December 27, 2013 at 3:11 am  Report Abuse 
Hello !
In the first time, the four 2014 fields medalists are known,......
see Clay Mathematics Institut, and you will have answers


thank you Mr carlos KENIG
thank you Ms Ingrid DAUBECHIES

RAHMANI F.
Alger, ALGERIA
     Posted by 239 in reply to RAHMANI  January 30, 2014 at 2:03 am  Report Abuse 
    If you mean this news: http://www.claymath.org/events/news/icm-2014
    Then I guess I can only read from it, that those four are the intersection of the two sets of plenary speakers and former clay research follows.
    No implications on the fields medals I dont think.
     Posted by Michel Chen in reply to RAHMANI  January 24, 2014 at 6:14 pm  Report Abuse 
    What do you mean the medalists are known? They have only mentioned the speakers...?
       Posted by RAHMANI in reply to Michel Chen  January 30, 2014 at 5:26 am  Report Abuse 
      Good morning and hello Mr chen
      I am very late, I was sleeping
      The four 2014 fields medalists are known
      because the only four I.C.M 2014 plenary speaker under......40 year M. BHARGAVA
      (08/1974- ), A. BORODIN (06/1975 - )
      B. J. GREEN (02/1977 -, and...... the first female the great mathematician MARYAM MIRZAKHANI - I am very happy for her -
      See CLAY MATHEMATICS INSTITUTE site
      No french, may be from italia/switzerland?
      Best regards
      RAHMANI F.
      Alger, ALGERIA
         Posted by KARIM in reply to RAHMANI   February 6, 2014 at 2:53 am  Report Abuse 
        you forgot the brezelian mathematician arthur avila
           Posted by RAHMANI in reply to KARIM  February 20, 2014 at 1:54 am  Report Abuse 
          Hello
          I never forget Artur AVILA among very high potential 2014 fields medalist
          and the best dynamician in the world But...... his young age and the lobbies
          american, particulary french, british, russian,........
          works to favourise other mathematician
          older and less 40 years old than AVILA

          Thanks
          R.F
          Algiers, ALGERIA
           Posted by RAHMANI in reply to KARIM  February 20, 2014 at 1:50 am  Report Abuse 
          Hello
          I never forget Artur AVILA among very high potential 2014 fields medalist
          and the best dynamician in the world But...... his young age and the lobbies
          american, particulary french, british, russian,........
          works to favourise other mathematician
          older and less 40 years old than AVILA

          Thanks
          R.F
          Algiers, ALGERIA
         Posted by Y.T in reply to RAHMANI   January 30, 2014 at 11:03 am  Report Abuse 
        Somehow I find this highly doubtful.
 Posted by RAHMANI  December 23, 2013 at 8:42 am  Report Abuse 
Game over for predicts
the four 2014 fields medalists are known
they are the four plenary speakers only
without the young and great and outstanding brasilian mathematician
Fernando Coda MARQUES (Brasil 1979- )
On waiting.....I.C.M. 2018 with the other and unhappy great brasilian mathematician
Artur Avila
thank you Mr Carlos KENIG from Argentina
thank you Miss Ingrid DAUBECHIES
from Belgium/U.S.A

Good luck , Best regards

RAHMANI F.

 Posted by RAHMANI  December 23, 2013 at 8:41 am  Report Abuse 
Game over for predicts
the four 2014 fields medalists are known
they are the four plenary speakers only
without the young and great and outstanding brasilian mathematician
Fernando Coda MARQUES (Brasil 1979- )
On waiting.....I.C.M. 2018 with the other and unhappy great brasilian mathematician
Artur Avila
thank you Mr Carlos KENIG from Argentina
thank you Miss Ingrid DAUBECHIES
from Belgium/U.S.A

Good luck , Best regards

RAHMANI F.

 Posted by RAHMANI  December 22, 2013 at 5:46 am  Report Abuse 
Hello !
The 2014 fields medalists will be Manjul BHARGAVA (08/1974 - ),
Aleksei BORODIN (06/1975 - ),
Ben Joseph GREEN (02/1977 - ),
and Maryam MIRZAKKHANI (05/1977 - )

No french , no german, no brasilian,
no italian,

May be israelian and from switzerland o.k, among the winners


Good luck, best regards and wishes

RAHMANI F.
 Posted by RAHMANI  December 18, 2013 at 8:19 am  Report Abuse 
Manjul BHARGAVA (Canada/U.S.A), Alexei BORODIN (Russia), Benjamin joseph GREEN (England) (of course W.T. GOWERS will be very happy for his former student !!, Maryam MIRZAKHANI (Iran)
will be the 2014 fields medalists

But the unhappy outstanding mathematician in dynamics Artur AVILA (Rio de janeiro Brasil 29/06/1979), plenary speaker
ICM 2010 HYDRABAD INDIA
will not be 2014 fields medalist

No french, no german, may be israelian ?

Best regards, best wishes
 Posted by Englishman  December 10, 2013 at 10:20 pm  Report Abuse 
With so many worthy female candidates having been mentioned, it would be a scandal if there were no female winner(s) this time around.

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