U.S. Embassy Oslo and Embassy of Canada to Norway co-hosted a lovely summer evening reception

This week, the U.S. Embassy Oslo and Embassy of Canada to Norway co-hosted a lovely summer evening reception to honor the 2018 Abel Prize winner, Prof. Robert Langlands from Princeton University. Guests enjoyed some light refreshments on our beautiful terrace as we celebrated Prof. Langlands remarkable contributions to the field of mathematics.

From left to right: HE Mr. Artur Wilczynski Canadian Ambassador to Norway, Mr. Ole Sejersted, President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Mrs. Charlotte Langlands, Prof. Robert Langlands and Charge d’Affaires Jim DeHart. — at U.S. Embassy Oslo.
Charge d’Affaires Jim DeHart with honored guests Abel Prize winner Prof. Robert P. Langlands and Mrs. Charlotte Langlands. Canadian mathematician Prof. Robert Langlands has been named the winner of the Abel Prize for 2018 for his visionary project connecting representation theory to number theory.
Guests enjoyed some summer sunshine and engaging discussions on the U.S. Embassy terrace.