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MIKHAIL GROMOV 's research activity this year consisted of working on mathematical models of natural languages and on writing a manuscript on scalar curvature.
Mikhail GROMOV Mathematics and interface with biology, professor emeritus since 2015.
Moscow Mathematical Society Prize (1971) Oswald Veblen Prize in Geometry, Amer. Math. Soc. (1981) Prix Élie Cartan, Académie des sciences de Paris (1984) Prix de l Union des Assurances de Paris (1989) Wolf Prize (1993) Leroy P. Steele Prize, Amer. Math. Soc. (1997) Lobachevsky Medal (1997) Balzan Prize (1999) Kyoto Prize (2002) Frederic Esser Nemmers Prize (2004) János Bolyai Prize, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2005) Abel Prize (2009) Doctor Honoris Causa, Geneva University, Switzerland (1992) Doctor Honoris Causa, Tel Aviv University, Israel (2009) Doctor Honoris Causa, Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland (2009) Académie des sciences de Paris, member Academia Europaea, member National Academy of Sciences, USA, foreign associate member American Academy of Arts and Sciences, foreign member Moscow Mathematical Society, honorary member London Mathematical Society, honorary member (2009) Norwegian Academy of Sciences, foreign member (2009) Hungarian Academy of Sciences, foreign member (2011) Royal Society, foreign member (2011) Russian Academy of Sciences, foreign member (2011)
Editor of: Geometric and Functional Analysis Les Publications Mathématiques de l IHES Geometry & Topology
Geometry Manuscript in progress.