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Participants should be arranged in alphabetical order of surname.

Participants and contact information

(Caution: this list may be incomplete. Participants who have made significant contributions to the project (on par with a co-author on a traditional mathematical research paper should add themselves to this list, or email tao@math.ucla.edu if they are unable to do so directly. Participants who have made auxiliary contributions to the project (on par with those mentioned in an Acknowledgments section in a traditional paper) should add themselves instead to the list at the bottom of the page.)

  • Wouter Castryck, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • Etienne Fouvry, Université Paris-Sud, [Etienne.Fouvry@math.u-psud.fr]
  • Gergely Harcos, Rényi Institute, [1]
  • Emmanuel Kowalski, ETHZ, [2]
  • Philippe Michel, EPFL, [3]
  • Paul Nelson, EPFL, [4]
  • Janos Pintz, Rényi Institute, [5]
  • Andrew V. Sutherland, MIT, [6]
  • Terence Tao, UCLA, [7]
  • Xiao-Feng Xie, Carnegie Mellon University, [8]

Grant information

  • Etienne Fouvry was partially supported by the Institut Universitaire de France
  • Gergely Harcos was supported by OTKA grants K 101855 and K 104183, and by ERC Advanced Grant 228005.
  • Phillipe Michel was partially supported by the grant SNF-137488 and the grant ERC-EQUIARITH AdG- 228304.
  • Paul Nelson is supported by NSF grant OISE-1064866 and partially supported by grant SNF-137488.
  • Janos Pintz was supported by OTKA grants No. K100291, NK104183 and ERC-AdG. 228005.
  • Andrew V. Sutherland was supported by NSF grant DMS-1115455.
  • Terence Tao was supported by a Simons Investigator grant, and by NSF grant DMS-1266164.

Other acknowledgments

Other contributors to the project include Vigleik Angelveit, Ben Green, Hannes, Scott Morrison, Pace Nielsen, and v08ltu.

We also thank John Friedlander for help with the references, and Thomas Engelsma for supplying us with his data on admissible prime tuples.

Thanks to Michael Nielsen for hosting the polymath wiki for this project.