Alexander Braverman

Alexander Braverman

(University of Toronto)  


Alexander Braverman got his Ph.D from Tel Aviv University in 1998 (under the supervision of Joseph Bernstein). He then held postdoctoral positions in MIT and Harvard. Between 2004 and 2015 he was a professor of mathematics at Brown University. From 2015 he is a professor of mathematics at the
University of Toronto and an associate faculty at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.

He was an invited speaker at the ICM in 2006. He is a 3 times winner of the Simons Fellowship, and a recipient of two Frontiers of Science awards (in the fields of "Mathematics of String Theory and Condensed Matter" and "Homological Algebra, K-Theory and Noncommutative Algebra").

His research interests include:
- geometric representation theory (in particular, geometric Langlands program)
- mathematical physics (e.g. super-symmetric quantum field theories in
dimensions 3 and 4)
- number theory


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