Jacob Lurie
jacob lurie, jacob lurie fields medalJacob Alexander Lurie born December 7, 1977 is an American mathematician who is a professor at Harvard University[1]
Contents
 1 Life
 2 Mathematical work
 3 Publications
 4 References
 5 External links
Life
When he was a student in the Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science Magnate Program at Montgomery Blair High School, Lurie took part in the International Mathematical Olympiad, where he won a gold medal with a perfect score in 1994[2] In 1996 he took first place in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search and was featured in a frontpage story in Washington Times[3] Lurie earned his Bachelor's degree in mathematics from Harvard College in 2000 and was awarded in the same year the Morgan Prize for his undergraduate thesis on Lie algebras[4] He earned his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under supervision of Michael J Hopkins, in 2004 with a thesis on derived algebraic geometry In 2007, he became associate professor at MIT, and in 2009 he became professor at Harvard[5]
Mathematical work
Lurie's research interests started with logic and the theory of surreal numbers, while he was still in high school[6] He is best known for his work, starting with his thesis, on infinitycategories and derived algebraic geometry Derived algebraic geometry is a way of infusing homotopical methods into algebraic geometry, with two purposes: deeper insight into algebraic geometry eg into intersection theory and the use of methods of algebraic geometry in stable homotopy theory The latter area is the topic of Lurie's work on elliptic cohomology Infinity categories in the form of Joyal's quasicategories are a convenient framework to do homotopy theory in abstract settings They are the main topic of his book Higher Topos Theory
Another part of Lurie's work is his article on topological field theories, where he sketches a classification of extended field theories using the language of infinitycategories cobordism hypothesis In joint work with Dennis Gaitsgory, he used his Nonabelian Poincaré duality in an algebraicgeometric setting, to prove the Siegel mass formula for function fields[disambiguation needed]
Lurie was one of the inaugural winners of the Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics in 2014, "for his work on the foundations of higher category theory and derived algebraic geometry; for the classification of fully extended topological quantum field theories; and for providing a modulitheoretic interpretation of elliptic cohomology"[7] Lurie was also awarded a MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellowship in 2014[8]
Publications
 Lurie, Jacob 2009, Higher Topos Theory, Annals of Mathematics Studies, 170, Princeton University Press, arXiv:mathCT/0608040 , ISBN 9780691140490, MR 2522659
References
 ^ "Jacob Lurie Named Professor of Mathematics at Harvard", Harvard University, December 18, 2008
 ^ Dillon, Sam July 20, 1994, "Perfect Score for Americans in World Math Tourney", New York Times
 ^ Lacharite, Gretchen March 12, 1996, "Unreal mind gets top prize in science: Bethesda teen wins talent search", Washington Times
 ^ ——— 2001 "On simply laced Lie algebras and their minuscule representations" PDF Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici 76 3: 515–575 doi:101007/PL00013217
 ^ Bradt, Steve December 18, 2008 "Algebra, topology expert Lurie named professor of mathematics" Harvard Gazette Retrieved June 24, 2014
 ^ Conway, John H; Jackson, Allyn July 1996 "Budding Mathematician Wins Westinghouse Competition" PDF Notices of the American Mathematical Society Retrieved 20160926
 ^ "Five Winners Receive Inaugural Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics" Breakthrough Prize Retrieved June 24, 2014
 ^ "Jacob Lurie  MacArthur Fellow 2014" MacArthur Foundation Retrieved 17 September 2014
External links
 Lurie's website at Harvard
 Jacob Lurie at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
 "Jacob Lurie's results" International Mathematical Olympiad
 

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