In article <1555798413.321503.1267784581214.JavaMail.email@example.com>, riderofgiraffes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> An iniquitous question, perhaps, but certainly > there are mathematicians still living who are, > for one reason or another, more widely known. > It exposes my background, perhaps, but I would > include Perelman, Wiles, Graham and Conway. > > Who would you nominate for your current (or near > current) top 10?
If you want other than personal opinion, you could try: the last 10 Fields Medalists...
> Impossible, of course, since > there are now more mathematicians living than > have ever lived before, but it's a different > twist than asking for the greatest ever. > > Feel free to include nominations for "greatest > ever" as well: > > Euler, Gauss, Eudoxus, Fermat, ... > > And of course, Erdos.