Editors: Phillip A. Griffiths, Institute for Advanced Study; John N. Mather, Princeton University; Elias M. Stein, Princeton University
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About the Editors
Phillip A. Griffiths received his PhD from Princeton University and has been
on the faculty in the departments of mathematics at UC Berkeley, Princeton
University and Harvard University. He also served as Provost at Duke
University, and since 1991, as Director of the Institute for Advanced Study.
He is the recipient of the LeRoy P. Steele Prize of the American
Mathematical Society (1971), the Dannie Heineman Prize from the Academy of
Sciences at Göttingen (1979), and the Ordem Nacional do Mérito Científico,
Ministry of Science and Technology, Brazil (2002).
John N. Mather received his Ph.D. from Princeton University and has been on the faculty of Princeton University since 1974. Prior to that he was at Harvard University. He is the recipient of Sloan and Guggenheim Fellowships and has received the John J. Carty Medal of the National Academy of Sciences. He has published papers on singularities of mappings and foliations and his current research interests center around dynamics of Hamiltonian systems.
Elias M. Stein received his PH.D. from the University of Chicago and has been on the faculty of Princeton University since 1963. Prior to that he was on the faculty at MIT and the University of Chicago. He is the recipient of Sloan and Guggenheim Fellowships and has been awarded the Wolf Prize (1999), the von Humboldt Award (1989-1990), and the Schock Prize (1993).
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