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{\Large
Rules for the {\bf George Szekeres Medal} of the AustMS
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\begin{enumerate}
\item[1.]
The award is for a mathematical scientist who is a member of the
Australian Mathematical Society and normally resident in Australia.
\item[2.]
The medal may, in exceptional circumstances, be shared by at most
two candidates.
\item[3.]
The Medal is awarded every two years.
\item[4.]
\begin{itemize}
\item[(i)]
The award is for a sustained outstanding contribution to research in
the mathematical sciences. The candidate should have been resident
in Australia when the bulk of the work was completed.
\item[(ii)]
The successful candidate will have an excellent record of promoting
and supporting the discipline, through activities such as extensive
graduate student supervision, outstanding contributions to
leadership in the Australian Mathematical Society, or other
activities which have materially promoted the mathematical sciences
discipline within Australia.
\end{itemize}
\item[5.]
\begin{itemize}
\item[(i)]
The George Szekeres Medal can be awarded to a recipient of the
Australian Mathematical Society Medal, provided that the sustained
outstanding contribution to research in Rule~4(i) is subsequent to
the work for which the Australian Mathematical Society Medal was
awarded.
\item[(ii)]
The George Szekeres Medal cannot be awarded to the same person on
more than one occasion.
\end{itemize}
\item[6.]
Nominations for the George Szekeres Medal should include:\\
(a)~an extended citation, not more than two pages in length, arguing the case for awarding the Medal to the
nominee; (b)~a shorter citation, of not more than 100 words, which may be used to report the candidate's achievements in the event that
the nomination is successful; (c)~a full list of publications of the candidate, with the most significant (up to a maximum of 20) marked
by an asterisk; (d)~a curriculum vitae of the candidate's professional career, highlighting any achievements which add support
to the nomination; and (e)~the names of between three and six suitable referees, along with a brief statement as to their
appropriateness.
\end{enumerate}
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{\small\sl Approved by Council in Resolution 91/18(x) [2001] and amended in Resolution 93/20 [2002], Resolution 97/15 [2004], Resolution 107/13(iv) [2009] and Resolution 123/30 [2017].}
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