According to the European Academy of Sciences webpage, he was "elected for outstanding and lasting contributions to mathematical sciences and development of novel numerical algorithms and computational methods to be applied to solving complex problems".
Here is a description of what being a member is: "The Members of the Academy are elected on the basis of their distinguished and unique contribution to modern science and technology. Academy membership is considered one of the highest honours attributed to a researcher or an engineer."
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