Associate Professor Xin Zhou to speak at 2022 International Congress of Mathematicians

Congratulations to our Associate Professor, Xin Zhou, who is a invited speaker for the 2022 International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) at St. Petersburg, Russia.  The ICM is held every four years, equivalent to the Olympics for mathematics.
Prof. Zhou graduated from Stanford University under the supervision of Prof. Rick Schoen in 2013.  He joined UCSB after three years at MIT as a Moore Instructor.  Prof. Zhou has made significant contributions in minimal surfaces and variational problems.  His recent work has resolved the Multiplicity One conjecture in the min-max theory of minimal surfaces.  He has also established the existence theory of constant mean curvature surfaces and the existence theory of minimal surfaces with free boundary.   His other honors include the Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship and NSF Career Award. 
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