Duke Professor Named Fellow of the American Mathematical Society 

Lenhard Lee Ng, Eads Family Professor of Mathematics, has been elected a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society for 2019.
Lenhard Lee Ng, Eads Family Professor of Mathematics, has been elected a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society for 2019.

Duke mathematician Lenhard (Lenny) Ng has been named a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society for his contributions to Floer homology and low-dimensional topology and his service to the mathematical community.

Ng’s primary interest is geometry, specifically contact geometry, symplectic geometry, and knot and braid theory, as well as low-dimensional topology.

Ng is one of 65 mathematical scientists from around the world to be selected for the 2019 class of AMS Fellows.

This year’s class will be welcomed at a reception at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Baltimore in January 2019.