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After that she began her doctorate work at Harvard University under the guidance of another Fields medalist, Curt Mc Mullen.In 2008, she became a professor of mathematics at Stanford, where she lives with her husband and three-year-old daughter.As a child she was more fascinated by the world of literature than by numbers and geometry, dreaming of becoming a writer.In her later years at school, however, she discovered a particular pleasure and exceptional skill in solving math problems.
Markhazani’s work is described as pure mathematics, investigating entirely abstract concepts.
Both of these conflicts provide real-life laboratories for what is increasingly a top priority of the Pentagon—the preparation of US forces for urban warfare. In 2001, the US built an Urban Warfare Training facility for the IDF in the Negev desert at the cost of 6 million.
The 7.4-square-mile simulated city is used for joint training exercises involving Israeli and US special forces units, who share techniques that they have learned, respectively, in Gaza, the West Bank and Lebanon, and in Afghanistan and Iraq.
It is like being lost in a jungle and trying to use all the knowledge that you can gather to come up with some new tricks, and with some luck you might find a way out.” The other three 2014 Fields Medal winners are Artur Avila, of the National Center for Scientific Research in France, and Brazil’s National Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics; Manjul Bhargava, of Princeton University, and Martin Hairer, of Warwick University in the UK.
For more than a month, the world has watched in horror as the Israeli military has pounded the densely populated and impoverished territory of Gaza with bombs, missiles and shells, while deploying tens of thousands of troops against a trapped population.