Terence Tao, the Mozart of math, has just won the 2006 Fields medal. Congratulations!
His honor will be announced on August 22nd, 2006, in Madrid. The other winners will be Andrei Okounkov, Wendelin Werner, and Grigory Perelman.
On the Mozart page, you will see that this medal was already predicted 3 months ago - in 2005. Among other things, he has proved that there exist arbitrarily long arithmetic sequences of prime integers (together with Ben Green in 2004). The Reference Frame is the first public source in the world where you can learn about the new winner.
Incidentally, if Tao is Mozart of math, you may also ask who is Tao of Physics. ;-) Or at least Tao of silly science-oriented puns. :-)
Terence Tao went to high school at age of 8. He received a PhD from Princeton University at age of 21 and at age of 24, he became a full professor at UCLA. He is an expert in harmonic analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations, as well as algebraic geometry.