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At the 2007 Congress in Zürich five ICIAM prizes will be awarded:
The value of the Prizes in 2007 will be $1,000 multiplied by the number
of supporting societies.
- the Pioneer Prize:
awarded to --- joint winners:
Ingrid Daubechies (Princeton University, USA) and
Heinz Engl (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria and Austrian Academy of Sciences)
... established for pioneering work
introducing applied mathematical methods and scientific computing
techniques to an industrial problem area or a new scientific field
of applications. The prize commemorates the spirit and impact of the
It was created on the initiative of SIAM, and was first awarded in 1999.
The Pioneer Prize is presently funded by SIAM.
- the Collatz Prize:
awarded to Felix Otto (Universität Bonn, Germany)
... established to provide international recognition to individual scientists under 42 years of age for outstanding work on industrial and applied mathematics.
It was created on the initiative of GAMM, and first awarded in 1999.
The Collatz Prize is presently funded by GAMM.
- the Lagrange Prize:
awarded to Joseph Keller (Stanford University, USA)
... established to provide international recognition to individual
mathematicians who have made an exceptional contribution to applied
mathematics throughout their careers.
It was created on the initiative of SMAI, and first awarded in 1999.
The Lagrange Prize is presently funded by SMAI, SEMA
- the Maxwell Prize:
awarded to Peter Deuflhard (ZIB Berlin, Germany)
... established to provide international recognition to a
mathematician who has demonstrated originality in applied mathematics.
It was created on the initiative of the IMA
(with the support of the
J.C. Maxwell Society),
and first awarded in 1999.
The Maxwell Prize is presently funded by IMA.
- the Su Buchin Prize:
awarded to Gilbert Strang (MIT, USA)
established to provide international recognition of an outstanding contribution by an
individual in the application of Mathematics to emerging economies and human development,
in particular at the economic and cultural level in developing countries.
It was created on the initiative of the CSIAM,
and will be awarded for the first time in 2007.
The Su Buchin Prize is presently funded by CSIAM.
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