Semyon Alesker

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Semyon Alesker
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Born 1972 (age 44–45)
Nationality Israeli
Fields Mathematics
Alma mater Tel Aviv University
Doctoral advisor Vitali Milman
Notable awards EMS Prize (2000)
Erdős Prize (2004)

Semyon Alesker (Hebrew: סמיון אלסקר‎‎; born 1972) is an Israeli mathematician at Tel Aviv University. For his contributions in convex geometry and integral geometry, he won the EMS Prize in 2000,[1] and the Erdős Prize in 2004.

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  1. ^ Casacuberta, Carlos (2001). European Congress of Mathematics: Barcelona, July 10-14, 2000. Birkhäuser. 

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