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Professor Dr. rer. nat. Marc Levine
Professor Marc Levine is a leading international expert in the field of algebraic geometry. His outstanding and innovative contributions to this field, most recently his theory about algebraic cobordism, have had a great impact and been honored with numerous awards, among them the Wolfgang Paul Prize of the Alexander Humboldt Foundation in 2001. Professor Levine is set to become a director of the future Institute for Algebra at the University Duisburg-Essen and build on his earlier residencies in Essen. With Professor Levine, the Institute will cover a breadth of mathematical methods that is entirely unique in Germany and found in only a few places across the globe.
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Professor Marc Levine
Professor Levine completed his graduate study in the US in 1984 and became an Assistant Professor in Philadelphia in 1986. He is currently an Associate Professor at Northeastern University in Boston. He won the Wolfgang Paul Prize in 2001, the Humboldt Research Award in 2006 and 2009, and has completed numerous guest professorships in the US as well as in Germany.
Prof. Dr. Marc Levine
University of Duisburg-Essen
Faculty of Mathematics
Phone: +49 201 183 3114
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