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Researchers receive funding from an investment in mathematics

The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation continues its major investment in Swedish mathematics research. Professor Sandra Pott and doctoral student Eskil Rydhe are two of the people who have been awarded grants in this year’s round of applications.
Sandra and Eskil

For Professor Sandra Pott, the grant will enable her to recruit a visiting professor from the University of Leeds, Jonathan Partington, to collaborate on the development of robust models of control theory.

The other mathematics grant is awarded to doctoral student Eskil Rydhe which will enable him to conduct his postdoc abroad, as well as provide financial support for two years after his return to Sweden. Rydhe will conduct research on how to distinguish subsystems that can be solved. This research ties in with that of Sandra Pott, and revolves around some of the most classic topics in operator theory as well as complex and harmonic analysis.

 

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