In 2022, there are many mathematicians who are making significant contributions to the field. Some of the famous math people in 2022 include:

Terence Tao – Australian mathematician who was awarded the Fields Medal in 2006. He has made significant contributions to the field of number theory, harmonic analysis, and partial differential equations.

Maryam Mirzakhani – Iranian mathematician who was the first woman to win the Fields Medal in 2014. She made groundbreaking contributions to the study of the dynamics and geometry of Riemann surfaces.

Artur Avila – Brazilian mathematician who was awarded the Fields Medal in 2014. He has made significant contributions to the field of dynamical systems and the study of quadratic polynomials.

Karen Uhlenbeck – American mathematician who in 2019 became the first woman to win the Abel Prize for her work on gauge theory and geometric analysis.

Audrey Terras – American mathematician known for her work on spectral theory, modular forms, and random matrix theory.
A quote from Terence Tao on the beauty of mathematics: “The more we delve into mathematics, the more it seems to reveal of nature’s underlying layers and structures.”
Interesting facts:

Terence Tao was a child prodigy who graduated from high school at age 9 and completed his PhD at age 21.

Maryam Mirzakhani was the first woman to be awarded the Fields Medal, one of the most prestigious awards in mathematics.

Artur Avila was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and is of mixed Brazilian and French heritage.

Karen Uhlenbeck has been a professor of mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin for over 30 years.

Audrey Terras is also an accomplished musician who has recorded several albums of traditional Irish music.
Table:
Name  Nationality  Fields of Study  Awards 

Terence Tao  Australian  Number theory, harmonic analysis, partial differential equations  Fields Medal (2006) 
Maryam Mirzakhani  Iranian  Dynamics and geometry of Riemann surfaces  Fields Medal (2014) 
Artur Avila  Brazilian  Dynamical systems, quadratic polynomials  Fields Medal (2014) 
Karen Uhlenbeck  American  Gauge theory, geometric analysis  Abel Prize (2019) 
Audrey Terras  American  Spectral theory, modular forms, random matrix theory  N/A 
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In this video on “2022’s Biggest Breakthroughs in Math,” three different breakthroughs are discussed. First, Eric Larson and Isabel Vogt from Brown University have solved the interpolation problem, a fundamental problem in math that asks whether there is a curve of a specified type through a general collection of points. The video also discusses John Sullivan’s optimal cluster conjecture and the KahnKalai conjecture, which are respectively proven by Emanuel Milman and Joe Neeman and Jinyoung Park and Huy Pham. Park and Pham’s discovery provides an elegant sixpage solution to the KahnKalai conjecture, which helps mathematicians understand complex systems by modeling their properties using network theory. Their proof may have significant applications beyond mathematics and probabilistic combinatorics.
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The winners for 2022 are James Maynard at the University of Oxford; Maryna Viazovska at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL); Hugo DuminilCopin at the University of Geneva, Switzerland; and June Huh at Princeton University in New Jersey.
15 Famous Mathematicians and Their Contributions
 1. Euclid Euclid was one among the famous mathematicians, and he was known as the ‘Father of Geometry.’
 2. Pythagoras ‘Pythagoras theorem’ is very popular and an important mathematical formula to solve mathematical problems.
 3. Archimedes Archimedes was a Greek Scientist, a great mathematician, and a Physician.
 4. Thales of Miletus
 5. Aristotle
 6. Diophantus
 7. Eratosthenes
 8. Hipparchus
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The famous Greek mathematician and philosopher Archimedes is known as the Father of Mathematics.
 Euclid.
 Pythagoras.
 Thales of Miletus.
 Aristotle.
 Diophantus.
 Archimedes.
 Eratosthenes.
 Hipparchus.