European Prize in Combinatorics

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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.[1] The prize was first awarded at Eurocomb 2003 in Prague.[2] Recipients must not be older than 35. The last prize has been awarded at Eurocomb 2017 in Vienna.


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