London Mathematical Society Whitehead Prize for Prof. Hiro Oh
Congratulations to Prof. Hiro Oh! The London Mathematical Society has awarded him a Whitehead Prize in 2022 "for his contributions to the theory of dispersive PDEs, in particular to the understanding of their interaction with random data." The full citation is available, https://www.lms.ac.uk/sites/default/files/inline-files/Oh_citation.pdf
Hiro is the first person to receive this award from the analysis and probability theme in the School.
Previous winners of the Prize in the School: Andrew Ranicki (1983), Agata Smoktunowicz (2006), Arend Bayer (2016), Nick Sheridan (2019), Ben Davison (2020), and Aretha Teckentrup (2021).
The full list of 2022 prizewinners is available, https://www.lms.ac.uk/lms-prize-winners-2022