# Book:Fields Medal

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## The Fields Medal

### And its recipients

- Overview
- Fields Medal
- International Mathematical Union
- International Congress of Mathematicians
- John Charles Fields
- R. Tait McKenzie
- 1936
- Lars Ahlfors
- Jesse Douglas
- 1950
- Laurent Schwartz
- Atle Selberg
- 1954
- Kunihiko Kodaira
- Jean-Pierre Serre
- 1958
- Klaus Roth
- René Thom
- 1962
- Lars Hörmander
- John Milnor
- 1966
- Michael Atiyah
- Paul Cohen
- Alexander Grothendieck
- Stephen Smale
- 1970
- Alan Baker
- Heisuke Hironaka
- Sergei Novikov
- John G. Thompson
- 1974
- Enrico Bombieri
- David Mumford
- 1978
- Pierre Deligne
- Charles Fefferman
- Grigory Margulis
- Daniel Quillen
- 1982
- Alain Connes
- William Thurston
- Shing-Tung Yau
- 1986
- Simon Donaldson
- Gerd Faltings
- Michael Freedman
- 1990
- Vladimir Drinfel'd
- Vaughan Jones
- Shigefumi Mori
- Edward Witten
- 1994
- Jean Bourgain
- Pierre-Louis Lions
- Jean-Christophe Yoccoz
- Efim Zelmanov
- 1998
- Richard Borcherds
- Timothy Gowers
- Maxim Kontsevich
- Curtis T. McMullen
- 2002
- Laurent Lafforgue
- Vladimir Voevodsky
- 2006
- Andrei Okounkov
- Grigori Perelman
- Terence Tao
- Wendelin Werner
- 2010
- Elon Lindenstrauss
- Ngô Bảo Châu
- Stanislav Smirnov
- Cédric Villani
- 2014
- Artur Avila
- Manjul Bhargava
- Martin Hairer
- Maryam Mirzakhani

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