Mathematician receives DKK 7 million from VILLUM Young Investigator

Associated Professor Cristiano Spotti, Department of Mathematics, receives the grant. The VILLUM Young Investigator grant is awarded to research talents to support the creation of independent research profiles.

2018.01.23 | Anne-Mette Siem

Associated Professor Cristiano Spotti, Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University.

Associated Professor Cristiano Spotti, Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University.

Cristiano Spotti receives support from VILLUM Young Investigator for a research project, which will investigate metric aspects of the relations between differential and algebraic geometry, two of the most classical branches of Mathematics, which also have significant connections with current Theoretical Physics.

VILLUM Young Investigator funds are targeted researchers at the beginning of their careers to ensure that they can pursue the ideas that they are most passionate about. The funding will, among other things, be used to build research groups and employ other young researchers (postdocs and PhDs) to complete the specific projects that typically run over 3-5 years.

Read more about VILLUM Young Investigator and Cristiano Spotti at the VILLUM Foundations webpage (in Danish only)

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