# Who wins the Abel prize 2023?

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oite

Next week is the announcement.

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hyhk

I have insider information that it will be the first complete and correct prize.

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yntw

Some white guy or white woman

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ztya

I have insider information that it will be the first complete and correct prize.

Wouldn’t be surprised. He’s been trying to engineer this for years.

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fvof

I have insider information that it will be the first complete and correct prize.

Wouldn’t be surprised. He’s been trying to engineer this for years.

How exactly would one go about engineering such a thing? Asking for a friend

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doxh
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Wouldn’t be surprised. He’s been trying to engineer this for years.

How exactly would one go about engineering such a thing? Asking for a friend

I am sure folks who have reliable information at that level are shitposting here

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lqvy
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How exactly would one go about engineering such a thing? Asking for a friend

I am sure folks who have reliable information at that level are shitposting here

First of all it's FOLX. Second of all, this is a shitposting forum for TOP MATHEMATICIANS only.

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fcng

Going by past winners, there's at least a 50% chance that the Abel winner this year has already won the Wolf Prize.

• 2021 Lovasz. Wolf Prize 1999

• 2020 Margulis & Furstenburg. Wolf Prize 2005 and 2007 respectively.

• 2018 Langlands. Wolf Prize 1996

• 2016 Wiles. Wolf Prize 1996

• 2014 Sinai. Wolf Prize 1997

• 2013 Deligne. Wolf Prize 2008

• etc

Some Wolf Prize winners who have not yet won the Abel include Fefferman, Drinfeld, Sarnak, S-T Yau, Artin, Stein.

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mgdr

Anyway it's Shing-Tung Yau confirmed. Probably Rick shitpoasted this information here. Godspeed Shing-Tung you deserve it.

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10. Top Mathematician
lnkw

Kashiwara

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lajj
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Wouldn’t be surprised. He’s been trying to engineer this for years.

How exactly would one go about engineering such a thing? Asking for a friend

He has been shrewdly performing high quality and impactful research across a broad range of subject areas for many decades. A devious long term plan!

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ztya

How exactly would one go about engineering such a thing? Asking for a friend

Inviting past winners to China and treat them like royalty

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13. Top Mathematician
oths

Lutzig

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14. Top Mathematician
exok

Should offer it to Perelman at the same time.

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ztya

^ no. Smale first. He’s 92.

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gxmg

My choice would be either Shelah or Voisin.

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lnkw

It’s time for PDE!!!

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qhpe

^ no. Smale first. He’s 92.

He should have won long ago, but he won't win right after Sullivan.

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zbml

Hopkins

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20. Top Mathematician
ohvt

Hopkins

No, try again

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