Alexander Braverman

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Alexander Braverman (born June 8, 1974 in Moscow ) is an Israeli mathematician.

Braverman received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from Tel Aviv University in 1993 , where he received his PhD under Joseph Bernstein in 1998 ( Kazhdan-Laumon Representations of Finite Chevalley Groups, Character Sheaves and Some Generalization of the Lefschetz-Verdier Trace Formula ). From 1997 to 1999 he was Moore Instructor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then until 2004 Assistant Professor and Benjamin Peirce Lecturer at Harvard University . Since 2004 he has been an associate professor at Brown University . Among other things, he was visiting scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study (1997, 1999), the University of Paris VI and Paris-Nord, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the Weizmann Institute , at the Clay Mathematics Institute (2003 as Clay Mathematics Institute Prize Fellow) and at IHES near Paris.

Braverman is particularly concerned with the geometric Langlands program from the interface of number theory , algebraic geometry and representation theory , which also has applications in mathematical physics .

In 2006 he was invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Madrid ( Spaces of quasi-maps into the flag varieties and their applications ).

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  1. Alexander Braverman in the Mathematics Genealogy Project (English)Template: MathGenealogyProject / Maintenance / name used