Solve and earn $ 1 million

In the year 2000, the Clay Mathematics Institute He announced that he would pay the $ 1 million prize to every mathematician who could solve some of the so-called "millennium problems." These are seven problems created over the centuries that had never been solved.

After ten years, Russian Grigori Perelman solved one of them, the “Poincaré Conjecture”, a series of abstract calculations involving three-dimensional spheres. He has declined the payment and so far is still the only one to cross out a problem on the list.

If you want to try to pocket the prize, follow the list of "millennium problems".

  • P versus NP
  • Hodge's conjecture
  • The Poincaré Conjecture (solved by Grigori Perelman)
  • Riemann's hypothesis
  • Yang-Mills existence and mass failure
  • The existence and smoothness of Navier-Stokes
  • The Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture