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Viana da Silva
Marcelo Miranda
Current position: 
Professor
Current nationality: 
Brazil
Current residence: 
Brazil
Affiliation/Institution: 
IMPA, Rio de janeiro
Biodata: 
Viana is professor of mathematics at IMPA, Rio de Janeiro, where he has been a researcher since his doctorate in 1990. He has written over eighty research papers and books, covering several topics of dynamical systems and ergodic theory, and supervised thirty six doctoral students. He was plenary speaker, International Congress of Mathematicians, Berlin, 1998; invited speaker, ICM, Zurich, 1994; plenary speaker, International Congress of Mathematical Physics, Paris, 1994; plenary speaker, Latin American Congress of Mathematicians, Córdoba, 2012. He was awarded the TWAS Award in Mathematics; Latin American Mathematical Union Award; Grand Croix of Scientific Merit, President of Brazil; Ramanujan Prize, ICTP/IMU; Grand Prix Scientifique Louis D. Institut de France. He is member of the Brazilian, Portuguese and Chilean Academies of Sciences, and was the Scientific Coordinator of the Latin American Mathematical Union (UMALCA), the president of the Brazilian Mathematical Society and a vice-president of the International Mathematical Union (IMU). He is the director of IMPA and the head organizer of the International Congress of Mathematicians ICM 2018.
Past nationality: 
Brazil
Elected
1999
Place of Birth: 
Rio de Janeiro
Country of birth: 
Brazil
Section:
08-Mathematical Sciences
TWAS Awards: 
TWAS Award in Mathematics, 1998.
Last updated on 07/03/2018