Bolyai Prize

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The International János Bolyai Prize of Mathematics is an international prize for mathematicians founded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The prize is awarded in every five years[1] to mathematicians having published their monograph describing their own highly important new results in the past 10 years.



  1. ^ Szénássy B.: Adalékok a Bolyai-díj történetéhez, Természet Világa, 124(1993),7, 291–294.
  2. ^ "Laudation of Shelah on the occasion of winning the Bolyai Prize (in Hungarian)" (PDF). 
  3. ^ "Hungarian Academy of Sciences presents the János Bolyai International Mathematical Prize". Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved 1 April 2010. 
  4. ^ Bolyai Prize goes to Barry Simon Communication by Hungarian Academy of Sciences ( Retrieved 12 April 2015