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The Crafoord Prize in Mathematics 2020
Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, is awarded the Crafoord Prize in Mathematics 2020 “for outstanding and influential contributions in all the major areas of mathematics, particularly number theory, analysis and algebraic geometry”. Video News Release, The Crafoord Prize in Mathematics 2020, 2020-01-30.
What is a random walk?
Stanislav Smirnov, Universite de Geneve, Switzerland. Introduction by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Nils Dencker, member of the Academy’s class for mathematics. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2018-11-28.
A world from a sheet of paper
Tadashi Tokieda, Stanford University, USA. Welcome remarks by Nils Dencker, the Crafoord Prize Committee for Mathematics. Concluding remarks by Ebba Fischer, the Crafoord Foundation. From: Crafoord Academy Lecture 2017: A world from a sheet of paper, 2017-11-30.
Khovanov homology from symplectic topology
Ivan Smith, University of Cambridge, UK. Opening address by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and introduction by the chair of the symposium Bo Berndtsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Mathematics – Contact and symplectic topology, 2016-05-25.
How far symplectic flexibility may go?
Crafoord Laureate 2016: Yakov Eliashberg, Stanford University, CA, USA. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Mathematics – Contact and symplectic topology, 2016-05-25.
The complexity of iterations
Paul Seidel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Mathematics – Contact and symplectic topology, 2016-05-25.
Knot contact homology and Symplectic Field Theory
Tobias Ekholm, Uppsala University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Mathematics – Contact and symplectic topology, 2016-05-25.
How mirror symmetry could be used in symplectic geometry
Kenji Fukaya, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY, USA. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Mathematics – Contact and symplectic topology, 2016-05-25.
Rigid and Flexible Facets of Symplectic Topology
Crafoord Laureate 2016: Yakov Eliashberg, Stanford University, CA, USA. Introduction by Arne Ardeberg, Lund University, Sweden and Tobias Ekholm, Uppsala University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Mathematics and Astronomy, 2016-05-24.
Mathematics for all
Aladdin Pramanik, International IT College of Sweden i Stockholm, Ingvar Lindqvistpristagare 2016 (matematik). Från: Ingvar Lindqvistdagen 2016, 2016-03-30.
The Crafoord Prize in Mathematics 2016
Video News Release, The Crafoord Prize in Mathematics 2016, 2016-01-14.
Primes, Sieves and Gaps
Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA. Introduction by Staffan Normark, Permanent Secretary, and Nils Dencker, Chairman of the Class for mathematics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Rolf Schock Prize symposium in mathematics – Towards the twin prime conjecture, 2014-10-23.  
Counting Primes in Arithmetic Progressions
John Friedlander, University of Toronto, Canada. Introduction by Nils Dencker, Chairman of the Class for mathematics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Rolf Schock Prize symposium in mathematics – Towards the twin prime conjecture, 2014-10-23. 
Origin of the GPY Method
Daniel Goldston, San Jose State University, CA, USA. Introduction by Nils Dencker, Chairman of the Class for mathematics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Rolf Schock Prize symposium in mathematics – Towards the twin prime conjecture, 2014-10-23. 
Small gaps between primes
Yitang Zhang, University of New Hampshire, NH, USA. Introduction by Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA. From: The Rolf Schock Prize symposium in mathematics – Towards the twin prime conjecture, 2014-10-23. 
Small gaps between many primes
James Maynard, Université de Montréal, Canada. Introduction by Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA. From: The Rolf Schock Prize symposium in mathematics – Towards the twin prime conjecture, 2014-10-23.  
Polymath and the gaps between primes
Terence Tao, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Introduction by Enrico Bombieri, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA. From: The Rolf Schock Prize symposium in mathematics – Towards the twin prime conjecture, 2014-10-23. 
The Rolf Schock Prize Ceremony 2014
Presentation of Derek Parfit, 2014 Rolf Schock laureate, by Professor Wlodek Rabinowicz; presentation of Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, 2014 Rolf Schock laureate's,  by Johan Celsing; presentation of Yitang Zhang, 2014 Rolf Schock laureate, by Professor Enrico Bombieri;  presentation of Herbert Blomstedt, 2014 Rolf Schock laureate, by Professor B. Tommy Andersson. Introduction by Staffan Normark, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Rolf Schock Prize Ceremony, 2014-10-22.