Sir Edmund Whittaker Memorial Prize
The Sir Edmund Whittaker Memorial Prize is awarded every four years by the Edinburgh Mathematical Society to an outstanding young mathematician having a specified connection with Scotland. It is named after Sir Edmund Whittaker.
After the death of Sir Edmund Whittaker in 1956, his son John Whittaker most generously gave on behalf of the Whittaker Family the sum of £500 to the Edinburgh Mathematical Society to establish a prize for mathematical work in memory of his father.
- 2017 Arend Bayer (University of Edinburgh)
- 2013 Stuart White (University of Glasgow)
- 2009 Agata Smoktunowicz (University of Edinburgh)
- 2005 Tom Bridgeland (University of Sheffield)
- 2001 M L McQuillan and J A Sherratt
- 1997 Alan D Rendall(Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik)
- 1993 M A Berger and A W Reid
- 1989 A A Lacey and M Röckner
- 1985 J Howie
- 1981 John M Ball (University of Oxford)
- 1977 Gavin Brown and C A Stuart
- 1973 A M Davie(University of Edinburgh)
- 1970 Derek J S Robinson(University of Illinois)
- 1965 John Bryce McLeod (University of Oxford)
- 1961 A G Mackie and A H Wallace
- "Whittaker Prize". Edinburgh Mathematical Society. Retrieved 30 November 2014.
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