European Prize in Combinatorics
The European Prize in Combinatorics is a prize for research in combinatorics, a mathematical discipline, which is awarded biennially at Eurocomb, the European conference on combinatorics, graph theory, and applications. The prize was first awarded at Eurocomb 2003 in Prague. Recipients must not be older than 35. The last prize has been awarded at Eurocomb 2015 in Bergen.
- 2003 Daniela Kühn & Deryk Osthus, Alain Plagne
- 2005 Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov
- 2007 Gilles Schaeffer
- 2009 Peter Keevash, Balázs Szegedy
- 2011 David Conlon, Daniel Kráľ
- 2013 Wojciech Samotij, Tom Sanders
- 2015 Karim Adiprasito, Zdeněk Dvořák, Rob Morris
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