Advisory Members

Steve Smale

Steven Smale

University Professor, City University of Hong Kong

Academician: American National Academy of Sciences
  American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Foreign Member: Brazilian Academy of Science
Fields Medalist: International Mathematical Union
National Science Medalist: USA
Wolf Prize: International Mathematical Union

Honors

1960-62 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship
1964- Foreign Membership, Brazilian Academy of Science
1965 Veblen Prize, American Mathematical Society
1966 Fields Medal, International Mathematical Union
1967 University of Michigan Sesquicentennial Award
1967- Membership, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1967-68, 79-80, 90 Research Professorship Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, Berkeley
1970- Membership, National Academy of Sciences
1972 Colloquium Lectureship, American Mathematical Society
1974 Honorary D. Sc., University of Warwick, England
1983- Election as Fellow, The Econometric Society
1983 Faculty Research Lectureship, University of California, Berkeley
1987 Honorary D. Sc., Queens University, Kingston, Ontario
1988 Chauvenet Prize, Mathematical Association of America
1989 Von Neumann Award, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
1990 Honorary Membership in Instituto de Mathematics Pura ed Aplicada (IMPA) Rio de Janeiro
1993 Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
1994 Class of the Grand Cross of the Brasilian National Order of Scientific Merit
1996 Honorary Doctor of Science, University of Michigan
  National Medal of Science, Washington, D.C.
1997 Doctor Honoris Causa, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
  Honorary Doctor of Science, City Univerisity of Hong Kong
  Honorary Professor, University of Yunnan, Kunming
  Honorary Member of the Moscow Mathematical Society
1998 Honorary Member of the London Mathematical Society
1999 Honorary Doctorate of Rostov State University
2000 Crimean Astrophysical Observatory and Institute of Applied Astronomy of Russian Academy of Science named a newly discovered minor planet "Smale Planet"
2006 Wolf Prize, International Mathematical Union
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