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Clark Barwick was born on 9 January, 1980 in American, is an American mathematician and reader in mathematics at the University of Edinburgh. Discover Clark Barwick's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

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Born 9 January 1980
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2019

Barwick has also made contributions to algebraic K-theory. In particular, Barwick defined higher-categorical generalizations of Waldhausen categories and Waldhausen's S-construction and used these to extend Waldhausen's K-theory to the setting of (∞,1)-categories. Using this new theory, he proved the Theorem of the Heart for Waldhausen K-theory. In joint work with John Rognes, he generalized Quillen's Q-construction to the higher-categorical setting, providing higher-categorical generalizations of Quillen's Theorem B as well as Quillen's dévissage argument in the process. Much of his recent work has concerned equivariant algebraic K-theory and equivariant homotopy theory. Barwick won the 2019 Berwick Prize of the London Mathematical Society for his paper "On the algebraic K-theory of higher categories" where he "proves that Waldhausen's algebraic K-theory is the universal homology theory for ∞-categories, and uses this universality to reprove the major fundamental theorems of the subject in this new context."

2005

Barwick held postdoctoral fellowships at the Mathematisches Institut Göttingen (2005–2006) and at the Matematisk Institutt, Universitetet i Oslo (2006–2007). Barwick spent the year 2007–2008 at the Institute for Advanced Study, and from 2008–2010 was a Benjamin Peirce Lecturer at Harvard. In 2010 Barwick became an assistant professor at MIT, and in 2013 he became the Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Assistant Professor of Mathematics. In 2015 Barwick was a Fulbright visiting professor at the University of Glasgow and was promoted to Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Associate Professor of Mathematics at MIT, a position which he held until he became a reader at the University of Edinburgh in 2017.

2001

Barwick grew up in North Carolina, and in 2001 completed his BS in mathematics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Barwick was then a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania, and received his PhD in mathematics in 2005 under the direction of Tony Pantev.

1980

Clark Edward Barwick (born January 9, 1980) is an American mathematician and reader in mathematics at the University of Edinburgh. His research is centered around homotopy theory, algebraic K-theory, higher category theory, and related areas.