**Grigori Yakovlevich Perelman** is a Russian mathematician who was born on 13 June 1966 in Leningrad, the Soviet Union to Russian-Jewish parents. He made great contributions to geometric topology and Riemannian geometry.

Her mother, Lyubov was a mathematic graduate, but she gave up to raise him.

He was a bright student. From the age of 10, he started showing his mathematical skill to the world. His mother, after-school mathematics training program, enrolled him in Sergei Rukshin. At the Leningrad Secondary School, he continued his mathematical education. This is a specialized school where advanced physics and mathematics are been taught. Grigori outshined in all subjects excluding physical education.

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## Grigori Yakovlevich Perelman life Milestones:

- In 1982, he won a gold medal while competing in the International Mathematical Olympiad as a member of the Soviet Union team. He was competing with international high school students.
- In the late 1980s and early 1990s, with a powerful endorsement from the geometer Mikhail Gromov, He got research positions at numerous universities in the United States.
- In the 1990s, he made prominent contributions to the subject of Alexandrov spaces.
- After his PhD in 1990, He began to work at the USSR Academy of Sciences at the Leningrad Department of Steklov Institute of Mathematics.
- In 1991, for his work on Aleksandrov’s spaces of curvature, At the St. Petersburg Mathematical Society, he got the Young Mathematician Prize.
- In 1992, he was invited as a mathematics guest lectures in Stony Brook University and New York University. This is where he started working on Ricci curvature.
- In 1993, At the University of California, Berkeley, he received Miller Research Fellowship for two-years.
- In 1994, he proved the soul conjecture in Riemannian geometry.
- In 1994, he got many job offers from top universities like Stanford and Princeton, but he rejected them all.
- In 1995, To continue his research work, He returned to the Steklov Institute in Saint Petersburg.
- In November 2002, He gave the first of three preprints to the arXiv.
- In 2002 and 2003, he developed new techniques in the analysis of Ricci flow, and presented a detailed picture of a proof of Thurston’s geometrization conjecture,
- In August 2006, for Perelman’s revolutionary insights into the geometric structure and the analytical and of the Ricci flow and his contributions to geometry, he was offered the Fields Medal.
- On 22 December 2006, the Scientific Journal
*Science*appreciated Perelman’s proof of the Poincaré conjecture as the scientific “Breakthrough of the Year”. - This is the first such recognition in the field of mathematics.
- On 18 March 2010, It is said that he was about to get the first Clay Millennium Prize for solving the Poincaré conjecture.

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## Grigori Perelman Books and Research Papers

Here are the list of few of the books written by Grigori

- A. D. Aleksandrov spaces with curvatures bounded below.
- Collapsing with No Proper Extremal Subsets.
- Construction of manifolds of positive Ricci curvature with big volume and large Betti numbers.
- Elements of Morse theory on Aleksandrov spaces.
- Extremal subsets in Alexandrov spaces and the generalized Liberman theorem.
- Proof of the soul conjecture of Cheeger and Gromoll.

## Contributions of Perelman Grigori in Mathematics

Here are few of Grigori Perelman contribution:

- During the 1950’s he has done remarkable work on Alexandrov spaces.
- In 1992, In his Research papers, he has laid out modern foundations in the field of Alexandrov spaces,
- During 1993, On non-smooth spaces, He developed a notion of Morse theory.
- In 1994, He was invited to lecture, to demonstrate his work on Alexandrov spaces, at the International Congress of Mathematicians.

## Interesting facts about Perelman Grigori

Few of the Interesting facts about Grigori:

- He didn’t like receiving awards and rewards for his mathematical research works.
- Grigori rejected the prize of one million dollars.
- He solved and gave solutions for many open mathematical problems for years.

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## Awards and Rewards under the name of Grigori Perelman

Awards Grigori was nominated for:

- European Mathematical Society Prize
- Fields Medal
- Millennium Prize
- Saint Petersburg Mathematical Society Prize

To Honor him an asteroid named 50033 Perelman was named after him.

## Quotes By Grigori Perelman

“I’m not interested in money or fame; I don’t want to be on display like an animal in a zoo.”

## FAQ About Perelman

### Where is Grigori Perelman now?

Grigori **Perelman** resides in St. Petersburg, Russia

### Who was the first mathematician ever to decline the Fields Medal?

Grigori **Perelman was the first **mathematician who has declined the field medals. He declined it by saying that he doesn’t care about the rewards or money. He values knowledge.

### What did Perelman Grigori do?

Perelman Grigori worked on the following Mathematical topics:

- Riemannian geometry
- Proof of the soul conjecture
- Geometric topology
- Proof of the Poincaré conjecture

### Why did Grigori Perelman decline the medal?

Grigori Perelman didn’t want to get highlighted. He said, “I’m not interested in money or fame; I don’t want to be on display like an animal in a zoo.”

### How old is Grigori Perelman?

He is 54 years old. He was born in 1966.

### Who solved one of the Millennium Problems?

Grigori Perelman Solved Millennium Problems. He even solved many problems that were not been solved for years.

Bruce E. CamberTypo of a the year just above (Grigori Perelman):

“Contributions of Grigori Perelman in Mathematics

“Here are few of Grigori Perelman contribution:

“During the 1950’s he has done remarkable work on Alexandrov spaces. ”

Probably 1950’s should be 1970’s. Thanks. -Bruce