The Einstein Institute of Mathematics is one of the world's leading research institutes. Founded in 1925 as part of the inauguration of the Hebrew University, its faculty and graduates include many of the world's leading mathematicians. Our faculty includes recipients of the Nobel Prize (in economics), Abel Prize, Fields medal, several recipients of the Wolf and Israel prizes, members of the Israeli and American Academies of Arts and Sciences, and numerous other honors.
Research areas represented at the Institute include foundations of mathematics, logic, algebra, group theory, representation theory, differential geometry, algebraic topology, analysis, ergodic theory and dynamical systems, number theory, probability, combinatorics and game theory.
The Institute offers B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees, hosts postdocs and visitors from around the world, and supports numerous seminars, workshops and conferences. Institute members are also active in a variety of educational projects to promote mathematics among students, teachers and the general public.