Australian Mathematical Society Medal recognises distinguished mathematical sciences research by members of the Australian Mathematical Society. Eligibility for the medal include the requirements that the Society member must be under the age of 40 years, and that a significant portion of the research was carried out in Australia. The Medal was first presented in 1981. It is awarded at the opening session of the Society's Annual Meeting.[1]

Awardees

Source: Australian Mathematical Society

Neil Trudinger (1981)

Gavin Brown (1982)

Leon Simon (1983)

Richard Brent (1984)

No award in 1985

Peter Hall (1986)

Hyam Rubinstein (1987)

Frank de Hoog (1988)

Michael Cowling (1989)

Brendan McKay (1990)

Gerhard Huisken (1991)

Michael Eastwood (1992)

Peter Forrester and Nick Wormald (1993)

No award in 1994

Adrian Baddeley (1995)

Igor Shparlinski (1996)

Michael Murray (1997)

Murray Batchelor (1998)

John Urbas (1999)

Christine O'Keefe and Mathai Varghese (2000)

Peter Bouwknegt, Alexander Molev, and Hugh Possingham (2001)

Xu-Jia Wang (2002)

Ben Andrews and Andrew Hassell (2003)

No award in 2004

Terence Tao (2005)

Andrew Mathas (2006)

No award in 2007

Shahar Mendelson (2008)

Steve Lack and Ian Wanless (2009)

Kate Smith-Miles (2010)

Todd Oliynyk (2011)

Anthony Henderson and Stephen Keith (2012)

Craig Westerland (2013)

Josef Dick (2014)

Scott Morrison (2015)

Aidan Sims (2016)

Richard Garner and Anthony Licata (2017)

Geordie Williamson (2018)

David Harvey (2019)

See also

List of mathematics awards

List of prizes named after people

References

"The Australian Mathematical Society Medal". The Australian Mathematical Society. Retrieved 8 December 2015.

External links

Official site, listing of past recipients

University of Sydney, Anthony Henderson wins Australian Mathematical Society Medal

ABC Science, First woman to win Australian Maths Medal

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