Welcome 2022 class of Fellows. Forty-five mathematical scientists from around the world are named Fellows of the AMS.

The Fellows of the American Mathematical Society program recognizes members who have made outstanding contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement, communication, and utilization of mathematics.

It is an honor to welcome a new class of AMS Fellows and to congratulate them for their notable contributions to mathematics and to the profession. We extend our thanks to the nominators and members of the selection committee for their help in highlighting the outstanding achievements of their colleagues. Congratulations 2022 Fellows!

— Professor Ruth Charney, President of the American Mathematical Society, on the 2022 Class of Fellows of the AMS

See the list of 2022 Fellows and the full list of Fellows.

Nominations for Fellows are submitted on MathPrograms.org.  The nomination cycle for the 2023 class of Fellows will be February 1, 2022, through March 31, 2022.

Schedule:

  • February 1 - March 31, 2022 Nomination period opens for 2023 election process of new Fellows
  • October 1, 2022  Invitations will be sent to the newly selected 2023 Class of Fellows
  • November 1, 2022  The list of the 2023 Class of Fellows is made public on the AMS website

Important points about the Fellows of the AMS selection process:

  • The AMS Fellows Selection Committee accepts nominations for Fellows between February 1 and March 31 each year.
  • New AMS Fellows are selected from among those nominated. The target number of new Fellows is determined by the AMS Council.
  • To be eligible for nomination to AMS Fellowship, an individual must be an AMS member for the year in which they are nominated as well as the prior year. The prior year's membership must be in place by July 31 of the prior year.

Details of the Fellows program, including a history of its enactment, can be found in the AMS Fellows Program Document .

Learn how to make or support a nomination in the Requirements and Nomination Guide.

The goals of the Fellows program are:

  • To create an enlarged class of mathematicians recognized by their peers as distinguished for their contributions to the profession.
  • To honor not only the extraordinary but also the excellent.
  • To lift the morale of the profession by providing an honor more accessible than those currently available.
  • To make mathematicians more competitive for awards, promotion, and honors when they are being compared with colleagues from other disciplines.
  • To support the advancement of more mathematicians in leadership positions in their own institutions and in the broader society.

The responsibilities of Fellows are:

  • To take part in the election of new Fellows,
  • To present a “public face” of excellence in mathematics, and
  • To advise the President and/or the Council on public matters when requested.

Election as a Fellow can be revoked for serious abrogations of these responsibilities.

 

For questions about the Fellows program:

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