Eva Viehmann

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Eva Viehmann in Oberwolfach, 2012

Eva Viehmann is a German mathematician who holds a professorial chair in arithmetic geometry at the Technical University of Munich.[1]

Viehmann studied at the University of Bonn, where her 2005 doctoral thesis, On affine Deligne-Lusztig varieties for (supervised by Michael Rapoport)[2] won the Felix Hausdorff Memorial Award. She earned her habilitation in 2010, and in 2012 was appointed to her professorship at the Technical University of Munich.[3]

Viehmann won the 2012 von Kaven Award in mathematics of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for her work on the Langlands program.[3] She was an invited speaker at the 2018 International Congress of Mathematicians, speaking in the section on Lie Theory and Generalizations.[4] She was also the Emmy Noether Lecturer of the German Mathematical Society in 2018.[5]


  1. ^ Prof. Dr. Eva Viehmann, Technical University of Munich, retrieved 2018-02-24
  2. ^ Eva Viehmann at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  3. ^ a b Eva Viehmann Wins the 2012 von Kaven Award, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, retrieved 2018-02-24
  4. ^ "Speakers", ICM 2018, retrieved 2018-02-24
  5. ^ Preise und Auszeichnungen (in German), German Mathematical Society, retrieved 2018-11-05