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 2018*

**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, Urbana-Champaign
*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 Ferrini-Mundy**- 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, 3-manifolds, 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**- Christian-Albrechts-Universität 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 Hilbert-Smith conjecture, and pseudo-holomorphic curves.*

**Peter Polacik**- University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
*For contributions to analysis of partial differential equations and infinite-dimensional 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, non-commutative 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 Missouri-Columbia
*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.*

**Marie-France Vigneras**- Université Paris-Diderot
*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.*