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List of Fields Medal winners by university affiliation

The following list comprehensively shows Fields Medal winners by university affiliations since 1936 (as of 2018, 60 winners in total).[1] This list considers Fields medalists as equal individuals, regardless of the total number of winners who received the medal each time at any International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM).[1][2] It does not include affiliations with research institutes such as IAS and MSRI in the United States, as well as IHES and CNRS in France. Universities are listed in descending order according to the number of affiliates.

The university affiliations in this list are all official academic affiliations such as official employment and degree programs. Non-academic positions (e.g., advisory committee, administrative staff, etc) are generally excluded. The official academic affiliations fall into three categories: 1) Graduate and attendee, 2) Long-term academic Staff, and 3) Short-term academic staff. Graduates are defined as those who hold Bachelor's, Master's, PhD, or equivalent degrees from a university, while attendees are those who formally enrolled in degree programs at a university but did not complete the programs (thus, honorary degrees, summer attendees, exchange students and auditing students are generally excluded). The category of "Long-term academic staff" consists of tenure/tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Short-term academic staff" consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors/scholars (visitors), and equivalent academic positions. At any university, the specific academic title solely determines the type of affiliation, regardless of the actual time the position was held by a medalist.

Further explanations on "visitors" under "Short-term academic staff" are now presented. 1) All informal/personal visits are excluded from the list; 2) all employment-based visiting positions, which carry teaching/research duties, are included as affiliations in the list; 3) as for award/honor-based visiting positions, this list takes a conservative view and includes the positions as affiliations only if the medalists were required to assume employment-level duty (teaching/research) or the medalists specifically classified the visiting positions as "appointment" or similar in their curriculum vitae or reliable websites. To be specific, some award/honor-based visiting positions such as the "Shiing-Shen Chern Visiting Professorship" in UC Berkeley are awards/honors/recognition without employment-level duty;[3] in particular, attending meetings and giving public lectures, talks or non-curricular seminars is not a form of employment-level duty. Finally, summer visitors are generally excluded from the list unless summer work yielded significant end products such as research publications and components of Fields-winning work, since summer terms are not part of formal academic years; the same rule applies to extension schools of universities.

The number following a person's name is the year he/she received the Fields Medal; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while he/she was working at the institution (including emeritus staff) containing that asterisk. A name underlined implies that this person has been listed for a same institution previously (i.e., multiple affiliations). If a person had multiple positions under one category, only the position with highest rank is considered.

This list, together with List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation and List of Turing Award laureates by university affiliation, presents the university affiliations (with similar criteria) of people who have won highest honors in fundamental academic disciplines.

Contents

Summary of resultsEdit

Top 20 universities worldwide since 1936Edit

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Rank University Total Normalized* Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff O**
1 Harvard University   18 100.0 7 6 10 -5
2 University of Paris***   16 88.9 11 8 6 -9
3 Princeton University   15 83.3 7 11 3 -6
4 École Normale Supérieure   14 77.8 12 2 2 -2
University of California, Berkeley   14 77.8 3 7 6 -2
6 University of Cambridge   11 61.1 8 6 4 -7
7 University of Chicago   9 50.0 2 6 3 -2
8 Collège de France   8 44.4 0 4 4 0
Massachusetts Institute of Technology   8 44.4 0 4 4 0
Stanford University   8 44.4 0 6 2 0
11 Moscow State University   6 33.3 6 2 0 -2
12 Columbia University   5 27.8 1 4 2 -2
New York University   5 27.8 0 2 3 0
Stony Brook University   5 27.8 0 3 2 0
Yale University   5 27.8 1 2 2 0
16 California Institute of Technology   4 22.2 1 0 3 0
École Polytechnique   4 22.2 1 3 0 0
ETH Zurich   4 22.2 0 3 2 -1
University of Bonn   4 22.2 2 2 1 -1
University of Oxford   4 22.2 1 3 1 -1

*: Normalized with respect to the total number of Fields Medalists at Harvard University.

**: Overlap of affiliates among the three columns.

***: The unified University of Paris no longer exists since its dissolution in 1969. Its successor universities (numbered from 1 to 13) are here taken into consideration globally.

Top 10 universities worldwide since 2000Edit

According to Wikipedia policies on no original research and objectivity/neutrality, it is impossible in Wikipedia to assign various weights to different types of affiliations. Hence, all types of affiliations count equally in the following table and throughout the whole page.

Rank University Total Normalized* Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff O
1 Princeton University   6 100.0 3 4 1 -2
2 University of California, Berkeley   5 83.3 0 1 4 0
University of Paris   5 83.3 4 4 2 -5
3 École Normale Supérieure   4 66.7 4 2 0 -2
New York University   4 66.7 0 2 2 0
6 Harvard University   3 50.0 3 0 2 -2
Stanford University   3 50.0 0 3 0 0
8 École Normale Supérieure de Lyon   2 33.3 1 1 1 -1
ETH Zurich   2 33.3 0 2 1 -1
Massachusetts Institute of Technology   2 33.3 0 0 2 0
Moscow State University   2 33.3 2 0 0 0
Saint Petersburg State University   2 33.3 2 0 0 0
Stony Brook University   2 33.3 0 0 2 0
University of Cambridge   2 33.3 0 1 1 0
University of Chicago   2 33.3 0 1 1 0
University of Geneva   2 33.3 1 1 0 0

*: Normalized with respect to the total number of Fields Medalists at Princeton University.

Harvard University (1st)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Harvard University, United States  
18
  1. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (PhD) – 1998
  2. Daniel Quillen[5] (B.A, PhD) – 1978
  3. David Mumford[6] (B.A, PhD) – 1974
  4. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (PhD) – 1970
  5. Manjul Bhargava[8] (B.A) – 2014
  6. Maryam Mirzakhani[9] (PhD) – 2014
  7. Vladimir Voevodsky[10] (PhD) – 2002
  1. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Professor) – 1998*
  2. David Mumford[6] (Professor) – 1974*
  3. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (Professor) – 1970*
  4. John G. Thompson[11] (Assistant Professor) – 1970
  5. Lars Valerian Ahlfors[12] (Professor) – 1936
  6. Shing-Tung Yau[13] (Professor) – 1982
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[7][14] (Visitor) – 1966
  2. Edward Witten[15] (Junior Fellow) – 1990
  3. Gerd Faltings[16] (Visitor) – 1986
  4. Gregori Margulis[17] (Visitor) – 1978
  5. Jean-Pierre Serre[18] (Visitor) – 1954
  6. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (Visiting Professor) – 1954
  7. Manjul Bhargava[20] (Visiting Assistant Professor) – 2014
  8. Maxim L. Kontsevich[21] (Visitor) – 1998
  9. Shigefumi Mori[22] (Visiting Professor) – 1990
  10. Vladimir Voevodsky[10] (Junior Fellow & Visiting Scholar) – 2002

University of Paris (2nd)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Paris, France   (includes all its successor universities)
Notes: 1) Affiliates of École Normale Supérieure (ENS) between 10 November 1903 and 3 February 1953 are included below.[23]
16
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Grad Attendee) – 1966
  2. Alain Connes[25] (PhD) – 1982
  3. Cédric Villani[26] (PhD) – 2010
  4. Jean-Pierre Serre[18] (ENS B.A; PhD) – 1954
  5. Laurent Lafforgue[27] (PhD) – 2002
  6. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[28] (ENS B.A) – 1950
  7. Ngô Bảo Châu[29] (PhD) – 2010
  8. Pierre Deligne[30] (PhD) – 1978
  9. Pierre-Louis Lions[31] (PhD) – 1994
  10. René Frédéric Thom[32][33] (ENS B.A; PhD) – 1958
  11. Wendelin Werner[34] (PhD) – 2006
  1. Alain Connes[25] (Professor) – 1982
  2. Artur Avila[35] (Professor) – 2014*
  3. Jean-Christophe Yoccoz[36] (Professor) – 1994*
  4. Laurent Lafforgue[27] (Professor) – 2002
  5. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[28] (Professor) – 1950
  6. Ngô Bảo Châu[29] (Professor) – 2010*
  7. Pierre-Louis Lions[37] (Professor) – 1994*
  8. Wendelin Werner[34] (Professor) – 2006*
  1. Artur Avila[35] (Visitor) – 2014
  2. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Visiting Professor) – 1966
  3. Charles Fefferman[38] (Visitor) – 1978
  4. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Visitor) – 1998
  5. Ngô Bảo Châu[29] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2010
  6. Stephen Smale[39] (Visiting Professor) – 1966

Princeton University (3rd)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Princeton University, United States  
Notes: 1) The Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) at Princeton is an independent research institute not affiliated with the university.[40][41]
15
  1. Akshay Venkatesh[42] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Charles Fefferman[38] (PhD) – 1978
  3. Edward Witten[15] (PhD) – 1990
  4. John Willard Milnor[43][44] (B.A, PhD) – 1962
  5. Manjul Bhargava[8] (PhD) – 2014
  6. Michael Freedman[45] (PhD) – 1986
  7. Terence Tao[46] (PhD) – 2006
  1. Andrei Okounkov[47] (Professor) – 2006*
  2. Charles Fefferman[38] (Professor) – 1978*
  3. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Professor) – 1998
  4. Edward Witten[15] (Professor) – 1990
  5. Elon Lindenstrauss[48] (Professor) – 2010*
  6. Gerd Faltings[16] (Professor) – 1986*
  7. John Willard Milnor[43][44] (Professor) – 1962*
  8. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (Professor) – 1954*
  9. Manjul Bhargava[49] (Professor) – 2014*
  10. Maryam Mirzakhani[9] (Assistant Professor) – 2014
  11. William Thurston[50] (Professor) – 1982*
  1. Jean Bourgain[51] (Visiting Lecturer) – 1994
  2. John Willard Milnor[43][44] (Sloan Fellow) – 1962
  3. Manjul Bhargava[52] (Visiting Mathematician) – 2014

École Normale Supérieure (4th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
École Normale Supérieure, France  
14
  1. Alain Connes[25] (B.A) – 1982
  2. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Grad Attendee) – 1966
  3. Cédric Villani[53] (B.A) – 2010
  4. Jean-Christophe Yoccoz[36] (B.A) – 1994
  5. Jean-Pierre Serre[18] (B.A) – 1954
  6. Laurent Lafforgue[27] (B.A) – 2002
  7. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[28] (B.A) – 1950
  8. Ngô Bảo Châu[29] (B.A) – 2010
  9. Pierre Deligne[30] (Undergrad Attendee) – 1978
  10. Pierre-Louis Lions[37] (B.A) – 1994
  11. René Frédéric Thom[32][54] (B.A) – 1958
  12. Wendelin Werner[34] (B.A) – 2006
  1. Cédric Villani[53] (Professor) – 2010*
  2. Wendelin Werner[34][55] (Professor) – 2006*
  1. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Visitor) – 1998
  2. Sergei Novikov[56] (Visiting Professor) – 1970

University of California, Berkeley (4th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States  
Notes: 1) The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) at Berkeley is an independent research institute not affiliated with the University.
14
  1. Michael Freedman[57] (Undergrad Attendee) – 1986
  2. Shing-Tung Yau[13] (PhD) – 1982
  3. William Thurston[50] (PhD) – 1982
  1. Andrei Okounkov[58] (Professor) – 2006
  2. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Professor) – 1998
  3. Maxim L. Kontsevich[21] (Professor) – 1998
  4. Richard Borcherds[59][60] (Professor) – 1998*
  5. Stephen Smale[61] (Professor) – 1966*
  6. Vaughan Jones[62] (Professor) – 1990*
  7. William Thurston[63] (Professor) – 1982
  1. Cédric Villani[64] (Visiting Miller Professor) – 2010
  2. Elon Lindenstrauss[65][66] (Visiting Miller Professor) – 2010
  3. Grigori Perelman[67] (Miller Research Fellow) – 2006
  4. Jean Bourgain[68] (Visiting Scholar) – 1994
  5. Michael Freedman[50] (Lecturer) – 1986
  6. Peter Scholze[69][70] (Chancellor's Professor) – 2018

University of Cambridge (6th)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom  
11
  1. Alan Baker[71] (PhD) – 1970
  2. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Herchel Smith Fellow) – 1998
  3. Enrico Bombieri[72] (Undergrad Attendee) – 1974
  4. Klaus Friedrich Roth[73] (B.A) – 1958
  5. Michael Atiyah[74] (B.A, PhD) – 1966
  6. Richard Borcherds[75] (B.A, PhD) – 1998
  7. Simon Donaldson[76] (B.A) – 1986
  8. Timothy Gowers[77] (B.A, PhD) – 1998
  1. Alan Baker[78] (Professor) – 1970*
  2. Caucher Birkar[79] (Professor) – 2018*
  3. John G. Thompson[11] (Professor) – 1970
  4. Michael Atiyah[74] (Professor) – 1966
  5. Richard Borcherds[75][80] (Professor) – 1998*
  6. Timothy Gowers[77] (Professor) – 1998*
  1. Alan Baker[71] (Research Fellow) – 1970
  2. Richard Borcherds[75] (Research Fellow) – 1998
  3. Timothy Gowers[77] (Research Fellow) – 1998
  4. Wendelin Werner[34] (Visiting Professor & Leibniz Fellow) – 2006

University of Chicago (7th)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Chicago, United States  
9
  1. John G. Thompson[11] (PhD) – 1970
  2. Paul Cohen[81] (PhD) – 1966
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (Professor) – 1978
  2. Efim Zelmanov[82] (Professor) – 1994
  3. John G. Thompson[11][83] (Professor) – 1970*
  4. Ngô Bảo Châu[29] (Professor) – 2010
  5. Stephen Smale[39] (Professor) – 1966
  6. Vladimir Drinfeld[84] (Professor) – 1990
  1. Andrei Okounkov[47] (Instructor) – 2006
  2. Stephen Smale[85] (Instructor) – 1966
  3. Lars V. Hörmander[86] (Visitor) – 1962

Collège de France (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Collège de France, France  
8
  1. Alain Connes[25] (Professor) – 1982
  2. Jean-Christophe Yoccoz[87] (Professor) – 1994
  3. Jean-Pierre Serre[18] (Professor) – 1954
  4. Pierre-Louis Lions[87] (Professor) – 1994
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Visiting Professor) – 1966
  2. Gregori Margulis[17] (Visitor) – 1978
  3. Manjul Bhargava[52] (Visiting Professor) – 2014
  4. Stephen Smale[39] (Visiting Professor) – 1966

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States  
8
  1. Daniel Quillen[5][88] (Professor) – 1978*
  2. Jesse Douglas[89] (Associate Professor) – 1936*
  3. John Willard Milnor[43] (Professor) – 1962
  4. William Thurston[50] (Assistant Professor) – 1982
  1. Akshay Venkatesh[42] (Moore Instructor) - 2018
  2. Alessio Figalli[90] (Visiting Professor) - 2018
  3. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (Moore Instructor) – 1998
  4. Paul Joseph Cohen[81] (Instructor) – 1966

Stanford University (8th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Stanford University, United States  
8
  1. Akshay Venkatesh[91] (Professor) - 2018*
  2. Elon Lindenstrauss[92] (Assistant Professor) – 2010
  3. Lars Valter Hörmander[93] (Professor) – 1962
  4. Maryam Mirzakhani[9] (Professor) – 2014*
  5. Paul Joseph Cohen[81] (Professor) – 1966*
  6. Shing-Tung Yau[94] (Professor) – 1982
  1. Alan Baker[71] (Visiting Professor) – 1970
  2. Simon Donaldson[95] (Visiting Professor) – 1986

Moscow State University (11th)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Moscow State University, Russia  
6
  1. Andrei Okounkov[47] (B.A, PhD) – 2006
  2. Gregori Margulis[17] (B.A, PhD) – 1978
  3. Maxim L. Kontsevich[96] (B.A) – 1998
  4. Sergei Novikov[97] (B.A, PhD) – 1970
  5. Vladimir Drinfeld[84] (B.A, PhD) – 1990
  6. Vladimir Voevodsky[98][99] (B.S) – 2002
  1. Gregori Margulis[17] (Professor) – 1978*
  2. Sergei Novikov[97] (Professor) – 1970*

Columbia University (12th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Columbia University, United States  
5
  1. Jesse Douglas[89] (PhD) – 1936
  1. Andrei Okounkov[47] (Professor) – 2006
  2. Heisuke Hironaka[100] (Professor) – 1970
  3. Jesse Douglas[89] (Professor) – 1936
  4. Stephen Smale[85] (Professor) – 1966
  1. Shigefumi Mori[22] (Visiting Professor) – 1990
  2. Stephen Smale[39] (Visiting Professor) – 1966

New York University (12th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
New York University, United States  
5
  1. Akshay Venkatesh[42] (Associate Professor) - 2018
  2. Martin Hairer[101] (Associate Professor) – 2014
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (Visitor) – 1978
  2. Elon Lindenstrauss[102] (Visitor) – 2010
  3. Grigori Perelman[67] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2006

Stony Brook University (12th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Stony Brook University, United States  
5
  1. John Willard Milnor[43] (Professor) – 1962
  2. Shing-Tung Yau[94] (Assistant Professor) – 1982
  3. Simon Donaldson[103] (Professor) – 1986
  1. Artur Avila[35][104] (Visitor) – 2014
  2. Grigori Perelman[67] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2006

Yale University (12th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Yale University, United States  
5
  1. John G. Thompson[11] (B.A) – 1970
  1. Efim Zelmanov[82] (Professor) – 1994
  2. Gregori Margulis[105] (Professor) – 1978
  1. Stanislav Smirnov[106] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2010
  2. Stephen Smale[39] (Visiting Professor) – 1966

California Institute of Technology (16th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
California Institute of Technology, United States  
4
  1. Stanislav Smirnov[106] (PhD) – 2010
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (Visitor) – 1978
  2. Edward Witten[15] (Visiting Professor) – 1990
  3. Jean Bourgain[107][108] (Fairchild Scholar) – 1994

École Polytechnique (16th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
École Polytechnique, France  
4
  1. Jean-Christophe Yoccoz[36] (PhD) – 1994
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (Professor) - 2018
  2. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[28] (Professor) – 1950
  3. Pierre-Louis Lions[37] (Professor) – 1994

ETH Zurich (16th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
ETH Zurich, Switzerland  
4
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (Professor) - 2018*
  2. Lars Valerian Ahlfors[109] (Professor) – 1936
  3. Wendelin Werner[110] (Professor) – 2006
  1. Alan Baker[71] (Visiting Professor) – 1970
  2. Alessio Figalli[90] (Visiting Professor) - 2018

University of Bonn (16th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Bonn, Germany  
4
  1. Maxim L. Kontsevich[21] (PhD) – 1998
  2. Peter Scholze[111] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2018
  1. Gerd Faltings[16] (Professor) – 1986
  2. Peter Scholze[111] (Professor) - 2018*
  1. Gregori Margulis[17] (Visitor) – 1978

University of Oxford (16th, Tie)Edit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom  
4
  1. Simon Donaldson[76] (PhD) – 1986
  1. Daniel Quillen[5] (Professor) – 1978
  2. Michael Atiyah[74] (Professor) – 1966*
  3. Simon Donaldson[76] (Professor) – 1986*
  1. Simon Donaldson[76] (Research Fellow) – 1986

Other universities (21st–39th)Edit

3 AffiliatesEdit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Imperial College London, England
3
  1. Klaus Roth[112] (Professor) - 1958
  2. Simon Donaldson[113] (Professor) - 1986
  3. Martin Hairer[114] (Professor) - 2014
University College London, United Kingdom
3
  1. Alan Baker[71] (B.S) – 1970
  2. Klaus Friedrich Roth[73] (PhD) – 1958
  1. Klaus Friedrich Roth[73] (Professor) – 1958*
  1. Alan Baker[71] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 1970
  2. Klaus Friedrich Roth[73] (Visiting Professor) – 1958
  3. Timothy Gowers[77] (Lecturer) – 1998
University of California, Los Angeles, United States
3
  1. John Willard Milnor[115] (Professor) – 1962
  2. Terence Tao[46] (Professor) – 2006*
  3. Vaughan Jones[116] (Assistant Professor) – 1990
University of California, San Diego, United States
3
  1. Efim Zelmanov[82] (Professor) – 1994*
  2. Michael Freedman[57] (Professor) – 1986*
  3. Shing-Tung Yau[94] (Professor) – 1982
University of Geneva, Switzerland
3
  1. Martin Hairer[117] (B.A, PhD) – 2014
  2. Vaughan Jones[118] (PhD) – 1990
  1. Stanislav Smirnov[119] (Professor) – 2010*
University of Lorraine (University of Nancy), France
3
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (PhD) – 1966
  1. Jean-Pierre Serre[18] (Faculty) – 1954*
  2. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[120] (Professor) – 1950*

2 AffiliatesEdit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Brandeis University, United States
2
  1. Edward Witten[15] (B.A) – 1990
  1. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (Lecturer) – 1970
Brooklyn College, United States
2
  1. Paul Joseph Cohen[81] (Undergrad Attendee) – 1966
  1. Jesse Douglas[89] (Professor) – 1936
École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France
2
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (PhD) - 2018
  1. Cédric Villani[53] (Professor) – 2010
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (Visiting Professor) - 2018
Free University of Brussels, Belgium (count includes winners before AND after its split in 1969)
2
  1. Jean Bourgain[107] (PhD) – 1994
  2. Pierre Deligne[30] (B.A, PhD) – 1978
  1. Jean Bourgain[107] (Professor) – 1994
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Isarel
2
  1. Elon Lindenstrauss[121] (B.A, PhD) – 2010
  1. Elon Lindenstrauss[121] (Professor) – 2010*
  1. Jean Bourgain[107][108] (Lady Davis Professor) – 1994
Kyoto University, Japan
2
  1. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (B.S) – 1970
  2. Shigefumi Mori[122] (B.A, PhD) – 1990
  1. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (Professor) – 1970
  2. Shigefumi Mori[122] (Professor) – 1990*
Saint Petersburg State University, Russia
2
  1. Grigori Perelman[67] (B.A, PhD) – 2006
  2. Stanislav Smirnov[106] (B.A) – 2010
University of Grenoble, France
2
  1. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[28] (Lecturer) – 1950
  2. René Frédéric Thom[32][54] (Lecturer) – 1958
University of Kansas, United States
2
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Visitor) – 1966
  2. Lars Valter Hörmander[123] (Visitor) – 1962
Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy
2
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2018
  1. Enrico Bombieri[124] (Professor) – 1974*
University of Maryland, College Park, United States
2
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (B.S) – 1978
  1. Sergei Novikov[125] (Professor) – 1970
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (Wilson Elkins Visiting Professor) – 1978
University of Strasbourg, France
2
  1. Laurent-Moïse Schwartz[126] (PhD) – 1950
  1. René Frédéric Thom[32][54] (Professor) – 1958*
University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States
2
  1. Edward Witten[127] (Grad Attendee) – 1990
  1. Efim Zelmanov[82] (Professor) – 1994
Vanderbilt University, United States
2
  1. Alain Connes[25] (Professor) – 1982
  2. Vaughan Jones[128] (Professor) – 1990

1 AffiliateEdit

Affiliates Graduate and attendee Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
1
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (Visitor) – 1978
Bar-Ilan University, Isarel
1
  1. Charles Fefferman[38] (Visitor) – 1978
Bashkir State University, Russia
1
  1. Vladimir Drinfeld[84] (Lecturer) – 1990
Brown University
1
  1. David Mumford[129] (Professor) – 1974
Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
1
  1. Shing-Tung Yau[13] (B.A) – 1982
City College of New York, United States
1
  1. Jesse Douglas[89] (B.A) – 1936
  1. Jesse Douglas[89] (Professor) – 1936
City University of Hong Kong, China
1
  1. Stephen Smale[39] (Professor) – 1966
Cornell University, United States
1
  1. William Thurston[63] (Professor) – 1982
Flinders University, Australia
1
  1. Terence Tao[46] (B.S) – 2006
Gakushuin University, Japan
1
  1. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (Professor) – 1954
Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
1
  1. Cédric Villani[130] (Visiting Assistant Professor) – 2010
Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Brazil
1
  1. Artur Avila[35] (PhD) – 2014
  1. Artur Avila[35] (Visitor) – 2014
Johns Hopkins University, United States
1
  1. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (Professor) – 1954
  1. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (Visiting Professor) – 1954
Lund University, Sweden
1
  1. Lars Valter Hörmander[93] (B.A, PhD) – 1962
  1. Lars Valter Hörmander[123] (Professor) – 1962
Nagoya University, Japan
1
  1. Shigefumi Mori[122] (Professor) – 1990
  1. Shigefumi Mori[122] (Lecturer) – 1990
New College of Florida, United States
1
  1. William Thurston[63] (B.S) – 1982
Northwestern University, United States
1
  1. Vladimir Voevodsky[10] (Associate Professor) – 2002
Novosibirsk State University, Russia
1
  1. Efim Zelmanov[82] (B.A, PhD) – 1994
Ohio State University, United States
1
  1. Alain Connes[25][131] (Professor) – 1982
Paul Sabatier University, France
1
  1. Martin Hairer[117] (Visiting Professor) – 2014
Queen's University, Canada
1
  1. Alain Connes[25] (Visiting Research Fellow) – 1982
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
1
  1. Artur Avila[35] (Visitor) – 2014
Rutgers University, United States
1
  1. Maxim L. Kontsevich[21] (Professor) – 1998*
Sharif University of Technology, Iran
1
  1. Maryam Mirzakhani[9] (B.S) – 2014
Syracuse University, United States
1
  1. Atle Selberg[132] (Associate Professor) – 1950
Technical University of Berlin, Germany
1
  1. Martin Hairer[117] (Visiting Professor) – 2014
University of Auckland, New Zealand
1
  1. Vaughan Jones[116] (B.S) – 1990
University of Brazil (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), Brazil
1
  1. Artur Avila[35] (B.A) – 2014
University of California, Davis, United States
1
  1. William Thurston[133] (Professor) – 1982
University of California, Santa Barbara, United States
1
  1. Michael Freedman[57] (Professor) – 1986
University of Creation; Art, Music & Social Work, Japan
1
  1. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (Academic Director) – 1970
University of Florida, United States
1
  1. John G. Thompson[134] (Professor) – 1970
University of Helsinki, Finland
1 1. Lars Valerian Ahlfors[109] (B.A, PhD) – 1936
  1. Lars Valerian Ahlfors[109] (Professor) – 1936*
University of Hong Kong, China
1
  1. Alan Baker[71] (Visiting Professor) – 1970
University of Hyderabad, India
1
  1. Manjul Bhargava[135] (Adjunct Professor) – 2014
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, United States
1
  1. Jean Bourgain[107] (Professor) – 1994
University of Leicester, United Kingdom
1
  1. Michael Atiyah[136] (Chancellor) – 1966
University of Leiden, Netherlands
1
  1. Manjul Bhargava[137] (Professor) – 2014
University of Michigan, United States
1
  1. Stephen Smale[85] (B.S, PhD) – 1966
University of Milan, Italy
1
  1. Enrico Bombieri[124] (PhD) – 1974
University of Minnesota, United States
1
  1. Lars Valter Hörmander[123] (Visitor) – 1962
University of Montpellier, France
1
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (B.A) – 1966
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Professor) – 1966
University of Münster, Germany
1 1. Gerd Faltings[16] (B.A, PhD) – 1986
  1. Gerd Faltings[16] (Assistant Professor) – 1986
University of New South Wales, Australia
1
  1. Terence Tao[138] (Visiting Professor) – 2006
University of Nice, France
1
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (Postdoctoral Researcher) - 2018
University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
1
  1. Caucher Birkar[139] (PhD) – 2018
University of Oslo, Norway
1
  1. Atle Selberg[132] (B.A, PhD) – 1950
University of Pennsylvania, United States
1
  1. Vaughan Jones[116] (Associate Professor) – 1990
  1. Vaughan Jones[116] (Visiting Lecturer) – 1990
University of Pisa, Italy
1
  1. Enrico Bombieri[124] (Professor) – 1974
University of Rochester, United States
1
  1. Paul Joseph Cohen[81] (Instructor) – 1966
University of São Paulo, Brazil
1
  1. Alexander Grothendieck[24] (Visitor) – 1966
University of Stockholm, Sweden
1
  1. Lars Valter Hörmander[93] (Professor) – 1962*
University of Tehran, Iran
1
  1. Caucher Birkar[139] (B.S) – 2018
University of Texas at Austin, United States
1
  1. Alessio Figalli[90] (Professor) - 2018
University of Tokyo, Japan
1 1. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (B.S, PhD) – 1954
  1. Kunihiko Kodaira[19] (Professor) – 1954*
University of Toronto, Canada
1
  1. Artur Avila[35] (Visitor) – 2014
University of Utah, United States
1
  1. Shigefumi Mori[122] (Visiting Professor) – 1990
University of Warwick, United Kingdom
1
  1. Martin Hairer[117] (Professor) – 2014*
  1. Martin Hairer[117] (Postdoctoral Researcher) – 2014
University of Western Australia, Australia
1
  1. Akshay Venkatesh[42] (B.S) - 2018
University of Wuppertal, Germany
1
  1. Gerd Faltings[16] (Professor) – 1986
Williams College, United States
1
  1. Curtis T. McMullen[4] (B.A) – 1998
Yamaguchi University, Japan
1
  1. Heisuke Hironaka[7] (President) – 1970

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