British mathematician Mark Zuckerberg has won a পুরস্কার 2.3 million prize from the foundation

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A mathematical genius from the Mark Zuckerberg Foundation has won a 2.3 million prize for executing complex equations as a result of stirring a cup of tea.Martin Haier, 44, of Imperial College London, hit the jackpot as the winner of the 2021 Breakthrough Award for Mathematics.The Austrian-British researcher, who lives in London with his mathematician wife Jiu-Mai Lee, was working on stochastic analysis.Based on the calculus of the Japanese mathematician Kiyoshi Ito, the field showed him how random effects turned mathematics into a complex problem for subjects such as tea.His work is so complex that it amazes other mathematicians as well.Jeremy Questel, a professor of mathematics at the University of Toronto, once joked with his colleagues: ‘The theory must be transmitted from aliens.’Professor Haier is now looking to buy a house in London with his wife when the prize money goes into his account. Martin Haier, 44, from Imperial College London, hit the jackpot as the winner of the 2021 Breakthrough Math AwardMathematical genius from the foundation of Mark Zuckerberg won a 2.3 million prize for executing complex equations by stirring a cup of teaThe picture is an example of Professor Haier’s mind-armpit equations displayed on his websiteThe mathematician …

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