Tunisian mathematician Nader Masmoudi won the King Faisal Prize for Science

Nader Masmoudi, a professor at the University of New York, received the King Faisal Prize for Science this year for his outstanding contribution to the analysis of nonlinear and fractional equations and for his outstanding contributions to the theory of liquid dynamics, by introducing innovative mathematical techniques. The Science Prize was awarded in conjunction with the Austro-British mathematician Professor Martin Hire.

The award ceremony took place, Thursday 6, 2022, in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, at the King Faisal Research and Islamic Research Center, which brings together researchers and educational institutions to provide a knowledge base for creating original research. Participate in humanities and social sciences, as well as scientific, intellectual and cultural conversations.

Masmoudi was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences last year in recognition of the importance of his contributions over the years to crystallizing mathematical solutions to many physical problems that remained unresolved for centuries.


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