Professor Fedor Sukochev has been elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science for his leading international research in non-commutative analysis, non-commutative geometry and non-commutative probability.
Professor Sukochev is among 21 Fellows chosen by the Academy for their outstanding contributions to science and scientific research.
With research covering the area of mathematics inspired by quantum mechanics, Professor Sukochev is a world leader in finding novel analytic approaches to complicated interdisciplinary problems.
Watch a short video of Professor Sukochev discussing the highlights and challenges of his work, and the enjoyment he receives from working alongside his collaborators and students.
Other School members who are Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science are Professor Michael Cowling; Scientia Professor Trevor McDougall; Emeritus Professor Colin Rogers; Professor Igor Shparlinski; and Professor Ian Sloan.
We warmly congratulate Professor Sukochev on this wonderful and well-deserved honour.