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Stefanie Petermichl

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Stefanie Petermichl at the MFO, 2008
Stefanie Petermichl at the MFO, 2008

Stefanie Petermichl (born 1971) is a German mathematical analyst who works as a professor at the University of Toulouse, in France.[1] Topics of her research include harmonic analysis, several complex variables, stochastic control, and elliptic partial differential equations.

Education and career

Petermichl studied at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,[1] and then did her graduate studies at Michigan State University, completing her Ph.D. in 2000 under the supervision of Alexander Volberg.[1][2] After postdoctoral studies at the Institute for Advanced Study and Brown University, she joined the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin in 2005. She moved to the University of Bordeaux in 2007, and again to Toulouse in 2009.[1] Since 2019 she holds the Humboldt chair at the University of Würzburg.[3]


Petermichl won the Salem Prize for 2006 "for her work on several crucial impacts to the theory of vector valued singular operators".[4] She was the first woman to win that prize.[5] In 2012 the French Academy of Sciences gave her their Ernest Déchelle Prize.[6] She became a member of the Institut Universitaire de France in 2013.[7] She is an invited speaker at the 2018 International Congress of Mathematicians, speaking in the section on Analysis and Operator Algebras.[8] In 2016 she was awarded a European Research Council (ERC) grant.[9]


  1. ^ a b c d Short vita, retrieved 2016-07-04.
  2. ^ Stefanie Petermichl at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  3. ^ "Petermichl Stefanie, Prof. Dr. - Institut für Mathematik". University of Würzburg. Retrieved 30 January 2021.
  4. ^ Bourgain, Jean (June–July 2007), "Avila and Petermichl Awarded Salem Prize" (PDF), Mathematics People, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 54 (6): 757.
  5. ^ "Prizes, Awards, and Honors for Women Mathematicians". Retrieved 2014-01-25.
  6. ^ Prix Ernest Déchelle (mathématique), lauréat de l'année 2012: Petermichl Stefanie (PDF), French Academy of Sciences, retrieved 2016-07-04.
  7. ^ Member profile, Institut Universitaire de France, retrieved 2016-07-04.
  8. ^ "Speakers", ICM 2018, archived from the original on 2017-12-15, retrieved 2018-02-24
  9. ^ "Commutators, Hilbert and Riesz transforms, Shifts, Harmonic extensions and Martingales". CORDIS, European Commission. Retrieved 30 January 2021.
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