2018 Class of the Fellows of the AMS
The 2018 class of Fellows of the AMS appears below sorted by name. See the Fellows of the AMS page for further information.
The Inaugural Class of Fellows was the 2013 class.
See previous classes of Fellows of the AMS: 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Mohammed Abouzaid
 Columbia University
 For contributions to symplectic geometry, homological mirror symmetry, and service to the profession.
 Daniel D. Anderson
 University of Iowa
 For contributions to commutative algebra and its exposition, service to the mathematical community, and mentoring.
 Federico Ardila
 San Francisco State University
 For contributions to combinatorics and service to the profession.
 Hélène Barcelo
 Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
 For contributions to combinatorics and service to the profession.
 Estelle Basor
 American Institute of Mathematics
 For contributions to analysis and for service to the mathematical community.
 Kai Behrend
 University of British Columbia
 For contributions to algebraic geometry.
 Michele Benzi
 Emory University
 For contributions in numerical linear algebra, exposition, and service to the profession.
 Don Blasius
 University of California, Los Angeles
 For contributions to arithmetic algebraic geometry and representation theory.
 Lev Borisov
 Rutgers The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick
 For contributions to algebraic geometry and mirror symmetry.
 Aldridge Bousfield
 University of Illinois at Chicago
 For contributions to homotopy theory and for exposition.
 Steven Bradlow
 University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign
 For contributions to geometric analysis and moduli theory, and service to the mathematical community.
 Emmanuel Candès
 Stanford University
 For contributions to the field of compressed sensing, and to multiscale analysis, statistics, and matrix completion.
 Izzet Coskun
 University of Illinois at Chicago
 For contributions to algebraic geometry, and for mentoring.
 James Davis
 Indiana University, Bloomington
 For contributions to geometric topology especially through surgery theory, and for exposition.
 Peter Ebenfelt
 University of California, San Diego
 For contributions to CR geometry, complex geometry, and several complex variables, and for mentoring and professional service.
 Joan FerriniMundy
 National Science Foundation
 For contributions to mathematics education, and to the development of educational policy and initiatives.
 Antonella Grassi
 University of Pennsylvania
 For contributions to algebraic geometry and mathematical physics, and for leadership in mentoring programs.
 Jesper Grodal
 University of Copenhagen
 For contributions to algebraic topology, representation theory and their interactions, and for service to the profession.
 Cristian E. Gutierrez
 Temple University
 For contributions to nonlinear partial differential equations and its applications to geometric optics, and mentoring.
 David A. Hoffman
 Stanford University
 For contributions to differential geometry, particularly minimal surface theory, and for pioneering the use of computer graphics as an aid to research.
 William A. Howard
 University of Illinois at Chicago
 For contributions to proof theory and constructive foundations of mathematics.
 Alexandru Ionescu
 Princeton University
 For contributions to harmonic analysis on symmetric spaces, discrete analogs of singular Radon transforms, and the mathematics of general relativity.
 Thomas Kailath
 Stanford University
 For contributions to information theory and related areas, and for applications.
 Sergiu Klainerman
 Princeton University
 For contributions to partial differential equations, to the mathematical theory of general relativity, and mentoring.
 Nicholas J. Kuhn
 University of Virginia
 For contributions to homotopy theory, group cohomology and representation theory.
 Igor Kukavica
 University of Southern California
 For contributions to nonlinear partial differential equations, mentoring, and service to the profession.
 Max Lieblich
 University of Washington
 For contributions to algebraic geometry and for service to the mathematical community.
 Ivan Losev
 Northeastern University
 For contributions to geometric representation theory, noncommutative algebra, and the theory of categorification.
 Guozhen Lu
 University of Connecticut, Storrs
 For contributions to harmonic analysis and partial differential equations, and for service to the mathematical community.
 Feng Luo
 Rutgers The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick
 For contributions to Teichmueller theory, conformal geometry, hyperbolic geometry, 3manifolds, combinatorial topology and computer graphics.
 Brian Marcus
 University of British Columbia
 For contributions to dynamical systems, symbolic dynamics and applications to data storage problems, and service to the profession.
 Fernando Codá Marques
 Princeton University
 For contributions to geometric analysis.
 Stephen D. Miller
 Rutgers The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick
 For contributions to analytic number theory, cryptography, and theoretical physics.
 Detlef Müller
 ChristianAlbrechtsUniversität zu Kiel
 For contributions to harmonic analysis and partial differential equations.
 James R. Munkres
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 For contributions to algebraic topology, and for exposition.
 Aaron Naber
 Northwestern University
 For contributions to differential geometry, particularly to manifolds with bounds on Ricci curvature.
 Melvyn B. Nathanson
 The City University of New York, The Graduate Center and Lehman College
 For contributions to the development of additive combinatorics and service to the profession.
 Lei Ni
 University of California, San Diego
 For contributions to geometric analysis, particularly to Ricci flow, and for mentorship.
 John Pardon
 Princeton University
 For contributions to knot distortion, the HilbertSmith conjecture, and pseudoholomorphic curves.
 Peter Polacik
 University of MinnesotaTwin Cities
 For contributions to analysis of partial differential equations and infinitedimensional dynamical systems.
 Mason A. Porter
 University of California, Los Angeles
 For contributions to nonlinear and complex systems, and to the emerging field of network science.
 Rachel Justine Pries
 Colorado State University
 For contributions to arithmetic geometry, and for service to the mathematical community.
 Andrew Putman
 University of Notre Dame
 For contributions to combinatorial and geometric group theory and topology.
 Eric M. Rains
 California Institute of Technology
 For contributions to quantum information theory and coding theory, the theory of random matrices, the study of special functions, noncommutative geometry and number theory.
 Kavita Ramanan
 Brown University
 For contributions to the theory and applications of stochastic processes.
 Peter Sarnak
 Princeton University and The Institute for Advanced Study
 For contributions to number theory and analysis.
 Larry L. Schumaker
 Vanderbilt University
 For contributions to spline theory, approximation theory, and numerical analysis, and for service to the profession.
 Albert Schwarz
 University of California, Davis
 For contributions to mathematical physics.
 Timo Seppäläinen
 University of Wisconsin, Madison
 For contributions to probability.
 Roger R. Smith
 Texas A&M University
 For contributions to operator theory and operator algebras.
 Kannan Soundararajan
 Stanford University
 For contributions to analytic number theory.
 Hema Srinivasan
 University of MissouriColumbia
 For contributions to algebra and algebraic geometry, mentoring, and service to the mathematical community.
 Ed Swartz
 Cornell University
 For contributions to topological and geometric combinatorics.
 Simon Tavaré
 University of Cambridge
 For contributions to population genetics and computational biology, and for service to the profession.
 Joseph M. Teran
 University of California, Los Angeles
 For contributions to numerical methods for partial differential equations in classical physics with modern applications.
 Richard P. Thomas
 Imperial College
 For contributions to algebraic geometry.
 MarieFrance Vigneras
 Université ParisDiderot
 For contributions to the Langlands program and the theory of automorphic forms.
 Luc Vinet
 Université de Montréal
 For contributions to mathematical physics and special functions, and for service to the mathematical community.
 Weiqiang Wang
 University of Virginia
 For contributions to Lie theory and representation theory and service to the mathematical community.
 Richard M. Weiss
 Tufts University
 For contributions to group theory and geometry, and for exposition.
 Sarah Witherspoon
 Texas A&M University
 For contributions to representation theory and cohomology of Hopf algebras, quantum groups, and related objects, and for service to the profession and mentoring.
 Milen Yakimov
 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
 For contributions to noncommutative algebra and service to the mathematical community.
 Catherine Huafei Yan
 Texas A&M University
 For contributions to combinatorics and discrete geometry.