Alfréd Rényi Prize

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The Alfréd Rényi Prize is awarded biannually by the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics of the Hungarian Academy of Science in honor of founder Alfréd Rényi. By the current rules it is given to one or two fellows of the Institute in recognition of their outstanding performance in mathematics research of the previous five-year period. Members of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the director are not eligible. As of March 2010, it has been awarded 27 times since 1972.[dated info]

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(*) Links to a Hungarian Wikipedia article.

References[edit]

"Rényi-díj" (in Hungarian). Retrieved 8 March 2010.