Sarah Peluse


Dr. Sarah Peluse works in analytic number theory and arithmetic combinatorics and is especially interested in questions in higher-order Fourier analysis and additive number theory. She earned her PhD from Stanford University in 2019. After that, she held postdoctoral positions at Oxford, Princeton, and IAS before taking a tenure-track assistant professor position at the University of Michigan in 2023. Dr. Peluse received the 2022 Dénes Köng Prize for her work on polynomial generalizations of Szemerédi's theorem. In the same year, she received the distinguished Maryam Mirzakhani New Frontiers Prize "for contributions to arithmetic combinatorics and analytic number theory, particularly with regards to polynomial patterns in dense sets." In 2023, she received the highly prestigious Salem Prize for contributions to additive combinatorics and related fields.