Alexander Smith Awarded David Goss Prize

Harvard Mathematics Department graduate student Alexander Smith, who is expected to receive his Ph.D. in 2020, was awarded the 2019 inaugural David Goss Prize in Number Theory at the JNT Biennial conference in Cetraro, Italy. The newly established David Goss Prize (10K USD) will be awarded every two years to a mathematician under the age of 35 for outstanding contributions to number theory. The prize is dedicated to the memory of David Goss who was the former editor in chief of the Journal of Number Theory.

More on Smith’s work here.