The 2021 class of Fellows of the AMS appears below sorted by last name. See the Fellows of the AMS page for further information.

*The Inaugural Class of Fellows was the 2013 class. See other classes of Fellows of the AMS:
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To view the full list of Fellows, click here.

**Bao, Gang**- Zhejiang University
*For contributions to applied mathematics, in particular to inverse problems and wave propagation.*

**Bell, Jason P.**- University of Waterloo
*For contributions to noncommutative algebra and arithmetic dynamics.*

**Bhatt, Bhargav**- University of Michigan
*For contributions to algebraic and arithmetic geometry in mixed and positive characteristic.*

**Boneh, Dan**- Stanford University
*For contributions to cryptography.*

**Brundan, Jonathan**- University of Oregon
*For contributions to Lie theory and representation theory.*

**Carmona, Rene**- Princeton University
*For contributions to probability theory and its applications to mathematical physics, image processing and financial mathematics.*

**Chan, Raymond Hon-fu**- City University of Hong Kong
*For contributions to computational mathematics, in particular to numerical linear algebra and applications to imaging sciences.*

**Christ, Michael**- University of California, Berkeley
*For contributions to harmonic and complex analysis, and linear partial differential equations.*

**Cortez, Ricardo**- Tulane University
*For contributions in numerical methods for fluid dynamics and leadership in promoting opportunities in mathematical sciences for underrepresented groups.*

**Goldston, Daniel A.**- San Jose State University
*For contributions to analytic number theory.*

**Greenlees, John**- University of Warwick
*For contributions to commutative algebra and algebraic topology, in particular to equivariant stable homotopy theory.*

**Guermond, Jean-Luc**- Texas A&M University
*For contributions to computational mathematics, in particular to the theory of finite element methods in partial differential equations.*

**Hasselblatt, Boris**- Tufts University
*Eleventh Secretary of the American Mathematical Society.*

**Hill, Michael A.**- University of California, Los Angeles
*For contributions to algebraic topology, in particular equivariant stable homotopy theory.*

**Hopkins, Michael**- Harvard University
*For contributions to algebraic topology and related areas of algebraic geometry, representation theory, and mathematical physics.*

**Isenberg, James Allen**- University of Oregon
*For contributions to mathematical general relativity and geometry flows.*

**Levine, Lionel**- Cornell University
*For contributions to research and exposition in probability theory and combinatorics.*

**Lewicka, Marta**- University of Pittsburgh
*For contributions to partial differential equations, calculus of variations, and continuum mechanics.*

**Li, Hanfeng**- State University of New York at Buffalo
*For contributions to algebraic dynamics and operator algebras.*

**Lu, Kening**- Brigham Young University
*For contributions to infinite-dimensional and stochastic dynamics and their applications to partial differential equations.*

**Meyerhoff, G. Robert**- Boston College
*For contributions to hyperbolic geometry including work on Chern-Simons theory and volumes of hyperbolic 3 manifolds.*

**Meza, Juan C.**- University of California, Merced
*For contributions to the mathematical profession through leadership at the national level and to scientific computing and applications.*

**Minsky, Yair Nathan**- Yale University
*For contributions to hyperbolic 3-manifolds, low-dimensional topology, geometric group theory and Teichmuller theory.*

**Miranda, Rick**- Colorado State University
*For contributions to algebraic geometry, especially the study of degenerations, and for high-quality exposition.*

**Mitrea, Marius**- Baylor University
*For contributions to partial differential equations and related subjects.*

**Morse, Jennifer**- University of Virginia
*For contributions to algebraic combinatorics and representation theory and service to the mathematical community.*

**Nekrashevych, Volodymyr**- Texas A&M University
*For contributions to group theory, dynamics, and operator algebras.*

**Osin, Denis**- Vanderbilt University
*For contributions in geometric group theory, specifically groups acting on hyperbolic spaces.*

**Phong, Duong H.**- Columbia University
*For contributions to analysis, geometry, and mathematical physics.*

**Pierce, Lillian B.**- Duke University
*For contributions to number theory and harmonic analysis.*

**Popescu, Cristian D.**- University of California, San Diego
*For contributions to number theory and arithmetic geometry.*

**Sahi, Siddhartha**- Rutgers The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick
*For contributions to harmonic analysis and representation theory of real reductive groups, algebraic combinatorics, probability, mathematical physics and statistics.*

**Schwede, Karl**- University of Utah
*For contributions to birational geometry in positive and mixed characteristic, in particular in the context of the minimal model program.*

**Shapiro, Mikhail**- Michigan State University
*For contributions to enumerative algebraic geometry and to the theory of cluster algebras.*

**Simoncini, Valeria**- Universita' di Bologna
*For contributions to computational mathematics, in particular to numerical linear algebra.*

**Sire, Yannick**- Johns Hopkins University
*For contributions to analysis and geometry, in particular Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser theory and non local diffusion processes.*

**Sutherland, Andrew V.**- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
*For contributions to number theory, both on the theoretical and computational aspects of the subject.*

**Tapia, Richard A.**- Rice University
*For contributions in optimization theory and computational methods and for sustained efforts in fostering diversity and excellence in mathematics and science at the national level.*

**Várilly-Alvarado, Anthony**- Rice University
*For contributions to algebraic and arithmetic geometry, in particular to the study of rational points on varieties.*

**Viaclovsky, Jeffrey A.**- University of California, Irvine
*For contributions to differential geometry and geometric analysis.*

**Viray, Bianca**- University of Washington
*For contributions to arithmetic geometry, in particular to the subject of rational points on varieties, and for sustained efforts to support underrepresented groups in mathematics.*

**Volberg, Alexander L.**- Michigan State University
*For contributions to harmonic analysis and its relations to geometric measure theory.*

**Washington, Talitha M.**- Clark Atlanta University and Atlanta University Center
*For contributions to broadening the participation of underrepresented groups, and service to the mathematical profession.*

**Yang, Tong**- City University of Hong Kong
*For contributions to hyperbolic conservation laws and kinetic equations.*

**Younes, Laurent**- Johns Hopkins University
*For contributions to graphical model identification and shape analysis with applications to machine learning, medical imaging and computational anatomy.*

**Zaslow, Eric**- Northwestern University
*For contributions to mathematical physics and mirror symmetry.*

An asterisk to the right of a Fellow's name indicates that the individual is deceased.