Check out the new HLFF Blog article by Sophie Maclean, where she examines the life and work of mathematician László Lovász

This week on the HLFF Blog, Sophie Maclean highlights the work of Abel Prize recipient László Lovász, who received the prize together with Avi Wigderson for their foundational contributions to theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics, and their leading role in shaping them into central fields of modern mathematics. In particular, Sophie takes a look at the applications of his work for graph theory. Check out the full article here:


Image caption: László Lovász.

Image Credits: Peter Badge / HLFF.