Uppsala mathematician awarded The Moore Prize for Applications of Interval Analysis

2018-07-12

Uppsala mathematicians Jordi-Lluís Figueras and Alejandro Luque are awarded The Moore Prize for Applications of Interval Analysis for the article "Rigorous Computer Assisted Application of KAM Theory: A Modern Approach", which they written with Alex Haro. Thus, Uppsala University is the only one that has recieved the Moore Prize twice. The first time the award went to a matemathematician from Uppsala was in 2002, when the prize went to Warwick Tucker.