Simion Stoilow Prize

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The Simion Stoilow Prize (Romanian: Premiul Simion Stoilow) is the prize offered by the Romanian Academy for achievements in mathematics. It is named in honor of Simion Stoilow.

The prize is awarded either for a mathematical work or for a cycle of works.

Type of award: 30,000 lei and a diploma

Frequency: Annual. Established in 1963.

Prizes of the Romanian Academy for a particular year are awarded two years later.

Honorees[edit]

Honorees of the Simion Stoilow Prize have included[1]:

  • 2005: Eugen Mihăilescu, for the work "Estimates for the stable dimension for holomorphic maps"; Radu Păltănea, for the cycle of works "Approximation theory using positive linear operators" [2]
  • 2000: Liliana Pavel, for the book Hipergrupuri ("Hypergroups") [3]
  • 1995: No award
  • 1994: No award
  • 1993: No award
  • 1992: Florin Radulescu
  • 1991: Ovidiu Carja
  • 1990: Stefan Mirica
  • 1989: Gelu Popescu
  • 1988: Cornel Pasnicu
  • 1987: Calin-Ioan Gheorghiu
  • 1987: Titus Petrila
  • 1986: Vlad Bally
  • 1986: Paltin Ionescu
  • 1985: Vasile Branzanescu
  • 1985: Paul Flondor
  • 1985: Dan Polisevschi
  • 1985: Mihai Putinar
  • 1984: Toma Albu
  • 1984: Mihnea Coltoiu
  • 1984: Dan Vuza
  • 1983: Mircea Puta [4]
  • 1983: Ion Chitescu
  • 1983 Eugen Popa
  • 1982: Mircea Craioveanu
  • 1982: Mircea Puta
  • 1981: Lucian Badescu
  • 1980: Dumitru Gaspar
  • 1980: Costel Peligrad
  • 1980: Mihai Pimsner
  • 1980: Sorin T. Popa
  • 1979: Dumitru Motreanu
  • 1979: Dorin Popescu
  • 1979: Ilie Valusescu
  • 1978: Aurel Bejancu
  • 1978: Gheorghe Micula
  • 1977: Alexandru Brezuleanu
  • 1977: Nicolae Radu
  • 1977: Ion Vaduva
  • 1976: Zoia Elena Ceausescu
  • 1976: Ion Cuculescu
  • 1976: Nicolae Popa
  • 1975: Serban Stratila
  • 1975: Elena Stroescu
  • 1975: Laszlo Zsido
  • 1974: Ioana Cioranescu
  • 1974: Dan Pascali
  • 1974: Constantin Varsan
  • 1973: Vasile Istratescu
  • 1973: Ioan Marusciac
  • 1973: Constantin Nastasescu
  • 1973: Veniamin Urseanu
  • 1972: Bernard Bereanu
  • 1972: Nicolae Pavel
  • 1972: Gustav Peeters
  • 1972: Elena Popoviciu
  • 1971: Nicolae Popescu
  • 1970: Viorel Barbu
  • 1970: Dorin Iesan
  • 1969: Ion Suciu
  • 1968: Petru Caraman
  • 1967: Constantin Apostol
  • 1966: Dan Burghelea
  • 1966: Andreian Cabiria Cazacu
  • 1966: Aristide Deleanu
  • 1965: Nicu Boboc
  • 1965: Alexandru Lascu
  • 1964: Nicolae Dinculeanu
  • 1964: Ivan Singer
  • 1963: Lazar Dragos[5]
  • 1963: Martin Jurchescu[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Recognizing excellence in the mathematical sciences : an international compilation of awards, prizes, and recipients. Jaguszewski, Janice M. Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press. 1997. ISBN 0762302356. OCLC 37513025.
  2. ^ Premiile pe anul 2005 ale Academiei Romane, decernate in 2007 Archived 2008-06-12 at the Wayback Machine. (in Romanian)
  3. ^ Prizes if the Ramanian Academy, 2000 Archived 2003-12-29 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ "Homage to the memory of professor Mircea Puta"
  5. ^ a b Recognizing excellence in the mathematical sciences : an international compilation of awards, prizes, and recipients. Jaguszewski, Janice M. Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press. 1997. ISBN 0762302356. OCLC 37513025.