## Leonhard Euler

## Andrew Wiles

Andrew John Wiles (11.04.1953, Cambridge) is well known as an illustrious English mathematician and currently working as a research professor at the University of Oxford. His contributions to several theorems such as Fermat’s Last Theorem are recognized worldwide. For his distinguished work on Fermat’s Last Theorem after working for approximately 20 years, he was awarded the Abel Prize in 2016. Regardless of the hesitation of

his contemporaries, he undertook the project once again and hid it for almost six months. His final resolution for the legendary Fermat’s Last Theorem states that there do not exist positive integer solutions of for n > 2. The lecture where he announced his proof was called “Modular Forms, Elliptic Curves, and Galois Representations.” since after studying these subjects as minor, he derived the proof. He also had recognized contributions to the “Elliptic Curves”.