Paul Erdős Award

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The Paul Erdős Award, named after Paul Erdős, is given by the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions for those who "have played a significant role in the development of mathematical challenges at the national or international level and which have been a stimulus for the enrichment of mathematics learning". The awards have been given in two-year periods since 1996.

Awardees[edit]

  • 1992:
  • 1994:
    • Ronald Dunkley, Canada
    • Walter Mientka, USA
    • Urgengtserengiin Sanjmyatav, Mongolia
    • Jordan Tabov, Bulgaria
    • Peter Taylor, Australia
    • Qiu Zonghu, People's Republic of China
  • 1996:
    • George Berzsenyi, USA
    • Tony Gardiner, United Kingdom
    • Derek Holton, New Zealand
  • 1998:
    • Agnis Andzans, Latvia
    • Wolfgang Engel, Germany
    • Mark Saul, USA
  • 2000:
    • Francisco Bellot Rosado, Spain
    • István Reiman, Hungary
    • János Surányi, Hungary
  • 2002:
    • Bogoljub Marinkovic, Yugoslavia
    • Harold Braun Reiter, United States of America
    • Wen-Hsien Sun, China(Taiwan)
  • 2004:
  • 2006:
  • 2008:
    • Hans-Dietrich (Dieter) Gronau, Germany
    • Bruce Henry, Australia
    • Leou Shian, China(Taiwan)
  • 2010:
    • Rafael Sanchez-Lamoneda, Venezuela
    • Yahya Tabesh, Iran
  • 2012:
  • 2014:
  • 2016:
    • Luis Caceres, Puerto Rico
    • David Christopher Hunt, Australia
    • Kar-Ping Shum, Hong Kong, China
  • 2018:

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