Mathematics/Statistics Winners of the 2010 IMU PrizesThe IMU AwardsThe following four awards instituted by the International Mathematical Union (IMU) were given away at the 2010 International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM 2010) being held during August 19-27 at Hyderabad, India.I. Fields MedalsII. The Rolf Nevanlinna PrizeIII. The Gauss PrizeIV. The Chern Medal AwardThe ICM takes place every four years. By tradition, the awards are given away during the opening ceremony of the ICM. At ICM 2010, the Honourable President of India, Smt. Pratibha Patil, presented the awards during the inauguration of the Congress on August 19.(For more information about the goals, rules and history of the prizes, see IMU home page: http://www.mathunion.org/general/prizes)I. The Fields MedalsThe Fields Medals, first awarded in 1936, is the most traditional and important international prize in the world of mathematics. Up to four medals are awarded every four years on the occasion of the quadrennial International Congress of mathematicians (ICM) to recognize outstanding mathematical achievements for existing work and for the promise of future achievement. To be eligible for the award, the candidate’s 40th birthday must not have occurred before January 1, 2010.The Fields Medals were first proposed at the 1924 ICM in Toronto, where it was resolved that, at each… Read full this story
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