David Hilbert Award
The David Hilbert Award, named after David Hilbert, was established by the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions to acknowledge mathematicians who have contributed to the development of mathematics worldwide.
Each awardee is selected by the Executive and Advisory Committee of the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions on the recommendation of the WFNMC Awards Subcommittee.^{[1]}
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Past recipients
- 1991 ^{[criteria 1]}^{[1]}
- Edward Barbeau, Canada
- Arthur Engel, Germany
- Graham Pollard, Australia
- 1992
- Martin Gardner, United States of America
- Murray Klamkin, Canada
- Marcin E Kuczma, Poland
- 1994
- Maria Falk de Losada, Colombia
- Peter J. O'Halloran, Australia
- 1996
- Andy Liu, Canada
Notes
- ^ The 1991 awardees were selected under a different criterion. That of writing the most interesting articles from previous years in the World Federation National Mathematics Competitions Journal.
References
Sources
- Homepage of the award.
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