Jerrold E. Marsden Postdoctoral Fellows
Established in 1994 in honour of Fields founding Director, the Jerrold E. Marsden Postdoctoral Fellowship is awarded to an outstanding Postdoctoral Fellow to participate in the Thematic Program Year. Marsden Fellows are nominated by thematic program organizers.
Thematic Program on Mathematical Oncology 

Thematic Program on Geometric Constraint Systems, Framework Rigidity, and Distance Geometry 

Thematic Program on Emerging Challenges in Mathematical Biology 

Thematic Program on Geometric Analysis 

Thematic Program on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry JulyDecember, 2016 Dr. Kristin Shaw Kristin received her PhD from Université de Genève. She is currently the Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institut für Mathematik der Technischen Universität Berlin . 

Thematic Program on Multiscale Scientific Computing: From Quantum Physics and Chemistry to Material Science and Fluid Mechanics JanuaryJune, 2016 Dr. Chunmei Su Chunmei recieved her PhD from Peking University. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Beijing Computational Science Research Center. 

Thematic Program on Statistical Inference, Learning, and Models for Big Data JanuaryJune, 2015 Dr. Roger Grosse Roger received his PhD at MIT, studying under Bill Freeman and Josh Tenenbaum. After the thematic program, he continued his fellowship at the University of Toronto. 

Thematic Program on CalabiYau Varieties: Arithmetic, Geometry and Physics JulyDecember, 2013 Dr. Simon Rose Simon received his PhD from the University of British Columbia with advisor Jim Bryan. After the thematic program, he continued the fellowship at Queen's University in Kingston. 

Winter/Spring 2013 Thematic Program on Torsors, Nonassociative Algebras and Cohomological Invariants Dr. Anastasia Stavrova Stavrova received her PhD in Mathematics from St. Petersburg State University (Russia) in 2009. 

Fall 2012 Thematic Program on Forcing and its Application Dr. Miguel Ángel Mota Mota received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Barcelona in 2009. After the thematic program, he continued his fellowship at the University of Toronto. 

2012 (Winter/Spring) Thematic Program on Galois Representations Dr. Shuichiro Takeda Takeda received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006. After the fellowship, he accpeted a position as an Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri. 

2011 (Fall) Thematic Program on Discrete Geometry and Applications Dr. Daniel Pellicer Pellicer received his PhD in Mathematics from theUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México in 2007. 

(Winter) Thematic Program on Dynamics and Transport in Disordered Systems Dr. Alex Grigo Grigo received his PhD in Mathematics from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2009. After the fellowship, he accepted a position at the University of Oklahoma. 

2010 (Fall) Thematic Program on Asymptotic Geometric Analysis Dr. David Alonso Alonso received his PhD in Mathematics from the Universidad de Zaragoza. After the thematic program, he accepted a position at the University of Alberta. 

2010 (Winter/Spring) Thematic Program on Quantitative Finance: Foundations and Applications Dr. KyoungKuk (Ken) Kim Kim received his Ph.D in Mathematics from Columbia University in 2008. After the fellowship, he accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Departmentof Industrial and Systems Engineering at KAIST. 

2009(Fall ) Thematic Program on Foundations of Computational Mathematics Dr. Pang Chin How Jeffrey Jeffrey received his PhD in Mathematics from Cornell University in 2009. After the fellowship, He accepted a position as an Applied Math Instructor at MIT. 

2009(Winter/Spring) Thematic Program on ominimal Structures and Real Analytic Geometry Dr. Olivier Le Gal Olivier received his PhD. in Mathematics from Rennes I in 2006. 

2008 (Fall) Thematic Program on Arithmetic Geometry, Hyperbolic Geometry and Related Topic Dr. Matthew Dulock Matthew received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Houston in 2008. After the fellowship, he accepted a position as a Lecturer at the University of North Texas. 

Winter/Spring 2008 Dr. Brett Wick 

Fall 2007 Dr. Takeshi Katsura 

Winter/Spring 2007 Dr. Aaron Lauda 

Fall 2006 Dr. Nicolas Thériault 

Spring 2006, Thematic Program on Holomorphic Dynamics, Laminations, and Hyperbolic Geometry Dr. Roland Roeder 

200405 Dr. Richard Paul Horja 

200304 Dr. Andrei Biryuk 

2003 Dr. Jens Funke 

200102 Dr. Greg Lewis 

200102 Dr. Alf Gerisch 

Winter/Spring 2001, Symplectic Topology, Geometry, and Gauge Theory Program Dr. Miguel Abreu 

1999 2000 Dr. Bertrand Guenin 

1999 2000, Dr. Petr Hlinený 

199899, Dr. Siva Athreya 

199697 Dr. Byunghan Kim 

199596, Dr. Wojciech Chachólski 
About Jerry Marsden
Marsden, along with Bill Shadwick, Carl Riehm, and Stephen Halperin, were the original group who founded the Fields Institute in 1987 with limited financial resources. Jerry, along with Bill and Peter Nicholson (who was an early chairman of the board) were the guiding forces who really brought the Fields Institute into being. All three played critical roles  Jerry gave Fields mathematical prestige, Peter brought political clout and some crucial guidance, and Bill threw his entrepreneurial talents completely into the enterprise.
Jerry was a Professor of Control and Dynamical Systems at the California Institute of Technology. Sadly, he passed away on September 21, 2010 at the age of 68. 