’A great honour’: Leibniz Prize for mathematician Eva Viehmann

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Most important German research prize in recognition of the researcher’s work on arithmetical geometry

Eva Viehmann © Uni MS - Victoria Liesche
Eva Viehmann © Uni MS - Victoria Liesche
In recognition of her outstanding research work, mathematician Prof. Eva Viehmann from the University of Münster has been awarded the 2024 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize by the German Research Foundation (DFG). Worth 2.5 million euros, the Leibniz Prize is the most valuable research prize awarded in Germany. "This prize is a great honour for me," says Eva Viehmann. The phone call from the DFG came as a surprise for her this morning. "I was just talking to the tradesmen about repairs to the central heating," she says. ...
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