Coxeter–James Prize

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The Coxeter–James Prize is presented annually by the Canadian Mathematical Society. The award is presented to young mathematicians in recognition of outstanding contributions to mathematical research. The first award was presented in 1978. The prize was named in honor of the mathematicians Donald Coxeter and Ralph James.[1]

Recipients of the Coxeter–James Prize[edit]

Source: Canadian Mathematical Society


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