10 May, 2023
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Sourav Chatterjee on being elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. The president of the Royal Society, Sir Adrian Smith said, “These individuals have pushed forward the boundaries of their respective fields and had a beneficial influence on the world beyond.”
25 February, 2023
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Hari Balakrishnan on winning the 2023 Marconi Prize and becoming a member of the Marconi Society. He has been recognized for his fundamental discoveries through pioneering research at MIT on the CarTel mobile sensing and distributed systems in wired and wireless networking. Vint Cerf, the Chair of the Marconi Society said that “Prof. Balakrishnan’s focus on scientific excellence and his humanitarian contributions make him the perfect choice.”
3 October, 2022
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Yamuna Krishnan on being awarded the NIH Director’s Pioneer Award for High-Risk, and High-Reward Research. The Pioneer award will enable Krishnan to use her organellar ion-mapping technology to develop a new field of in situ organelle electrophysiology and develop an understanding of the electrical behavior of organelle membranes in neurodegenerative disease.
3 June, 2022
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Ananya Jahanara Kabir on being awarded a British Academy / Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship 2022 for her project "Alegropolitics: Connecting on the Afromodern Dance Floor".
5 May, 2022
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Sunil Amrith on winning the 2022 Dr. A.H. Heineken Prize for History in recognition of his "examination of the historical origins of inequality within and between countries and the impact of climate change on global socioeconomic conditions."
01 April, 2020
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Kavita Singh on being appointed a trustee of the Getty Museum. The museum's President and CEO James Cuno said in the announcement that Prof. Singh's leadership will be particularly important as the museum seeks to promote a greater understanding of the world's cultural heritage and its universal value to society.
14 October, 2019
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Abhijit Banerjee and Prof. Esther Duflo on winning the Nobel Prize in Economics 2019 along with their colleague Michael Kremer for their work in alleviating global poverty.
02 August, 2018
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Akshay Venkatesh on winning the Fields Medal 2018. Prof. Venkatesh was awarded for his stellar work in analytic number theory.
18 April, 2018
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Gagandeep Kang on becoming the first Indian woman to be elected Fellow of the Royal Society. Prof. Kang was among 51 eminent scientists elected to the fellowship in 2019. Other Infosys Prize laureates elected to the Royal Society in 2019 include Prof. Manjul Bhargava and Prof. Akshay Venkatesh. The Foundation congratulates them!
11 October, 2017
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Sunil Amrith on being awareded the MacArthur 'Genius' Grant (2017). The MacArthur Fellows Program awards between 20 and 30 individuals working in any field, who have shown "extraordinary originality and dedication in their creative pursuits and a marked capacity for self-direction".
13 August, 2014
The Infosys Science Foundation congratulates Prof. Manjul Bhargava on winning the Fields Medal 2014 for his work in number theory. Prof. Bhargava was awarded the medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Seoul.