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Awards of the Society
- The Australian Mathematical Society Medal
awarded annually since 1981 to a Society member under the age of 40 for distinguished research in the mathematical sciences.
- The George Szekeres Medal
awarded since 2001 in even numbered years for an outstanding contribution to the mathematical sciences in the fifteen years prior to the year of the award.
- The ANZIAM Medal
awarded for research achievements, activities enhancing applied or industrial mathematics, or both, and contributions to ANZIAM.
- The JH Michell Medal
awarded to an outstanding new researcher for distinguished research in applied and/or industrial mathematics.
- Gavin Brown Best Paper Prize
awarded for an outstanding single article, monograph or book consisting of original research within any area of the mathematical sciences.
- The Mahler Lectureship
awarded every two years to a distinguished mathematician who preferably works in an area of mathematics associated with the work of Professor Mahler.
- Alf van der Poorten Travelling Fellowship
awarded in odd numbered years to assist early-career pure mathematicians in travelling in Australia and overseas so that they can enrich their mathematical research through contact with other mathematicians.
- Lift-off Fellowships
awarded to jump start the careers of early-career mathematicians by supporting them after the submission of their PhD thesis.
- WIMSIG Cheryl E. Praeger Travel Awards
awarded to provide support for female mathematicians to attend conferences or to visit collaborators.
- WIMSIG Anne Penfold Street Awards
awarded to provide financial support to mathematicians for their caring responsibilities, while they travel for conferences or research visits to collaborators.
- The A F Pillow Applied Mathematics Top-up Scholarship
an annual `top-up' scholarship to a student holding either an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) or equivalent award for full-time research in Applied Mathematics leading to the award of a PhD.
- The Bernhard Neumann Prize
awarded for the most outstanding talk presented by a student at the Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society.
Updated: 20 Aug 2015