Pham Huu Tiep
Pham Huu Tiep (Vietnamese: Phạm Hữu Tiệp) is a Vietnamese American mathematician specializing in group theory and Lie theory. He is currently a Joshua Barlaz Distinguished Professor of Mathematics at Rutgers University.
Pham Tiep received the silver medal at the IMO in London in 1979. He received his Ph.D. at Moscow University in 1988 under supervision of Alexei Kostrikin. He gave a talk at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Rio de Janeiro in 2018. He is a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society and a Simons Fellow.
Pham Tiep was the fifth Vietnamese mathematician invited to speak at the International Congress of Mathematicians, following Frédéric Pham (1970), Duong Hong Phong (1994), Ngô Bảo Châu (2006, 2010) and Van H. Vu (2014).
- 1995: "The probability of generating a finite simple group", Geometriae Dedicata 56, 103-113 (with [[Aner Shalev])
- 2010: "The Ore conjecture", Journal of the European Mathematical Society (with Martin Liebeck, EA O'Brien, Aner Shalev)
- 1996: "Minimal characters of the finite classical groups", Journal of the European Mathematical Society (with AE Zalesskii)
- 1993: "Invariant lattices of type F 4 and F 4: the automorphism groups", Communications in Algebra (with VP Burichenko)
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