Image 2016: Sir Andrew J. Wiles University of Oxford, England "for his stunning proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem by way of the modularity conjecture for semistable elliptic curves, opening a new era in number theory." Biography Citation Press Room Popular science articles By Arne B. Sletsjøe Abel's letter to HolmboeFLT for n=4Hanc marginis exiguitas non caperetThe Modularity Theorem By Alex Belos A glimpse of the laureate's work More about Sir Andrew J. Wiles Time British Professor Gets Math's Top Prize for Proving a 350-Year-Old Theorem Nature Fermat's last theorem earns Andrew Wiles the Abel Prize Videos The Abel Prize award ceremonyAward ceremony and acceptance speech in the University of Oslo’s Ceremonial Hall. The 2016 Abel Prize announcementThe 2016 Abel Prize was announced March 15 in The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Live interview with Andrew WilesAbel Prize Laureate 2016 Sir Andrew J. Wiles is interviewed by Nadia Hasnaoui during the reception at Det Norske Teater, Oslo, 24 May 2016. Andrew Wiles' Acceptance SpeechAcceptance Speech by Sir Andrew J. Wiles from the Abel Prize Award Ceremony 2016. Sir Andrew Wiles - the Abel Prize Laureate of 2016Short film about Andrew Wiles, made by Ekaterina Eremenko/ EEFilms. The Abel Prize Interview 2016 with Andrew WilesSir Andrew Wiles is interviewed by the two mathematicians Martin Raussen og Christian Skau. Andrew Wiles: Fermat's Last theorem: abelian and non-abelian approachesSir Andrew Wiles' Abel Prize Lecture. Programme and summary available in the YouTube description. Henri Darmon: Andrew Wiles' marvelous proofProgramme and summary available in the YouTube description. Manjul Bhargava: What is the Birch-Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture, and what is known about it?Programme and summary available in the YouTube description. Alex Bellos on Andrew Wiles and Fermat's last theoremPopular presentation by Alex Bellos on Sir Andrew J. Wiles and on Fermat's last theorem.