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For over forty years the Centennial Fellowship has played a vital part in fostering outstanding mathematical research. The award provides one-year mathematical research fellowships to recent doctoral degree recipients who have a proven history of excellent research
Eyal Lubetzky is an associate professor at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. His main research interests are probability theory and combinatorics, with an emphasis on interacting particle systems, random networks, and stochastic processes arising from statistical physics.
Since 1973 over 100 people have received research support through the Centennial Fellowship. Their resulting work has influenced many areas of mathematics research.See previous winners