Stampacchia Medal

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The Stampacchia Gold Medal is an international prize awarded every three years by the Italian Mathematical Union (Unione Matematica Italiana - UMI {it}) together with the Ettore Majorana Foundation (Erice), in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of Calculus of Variations and related applications.[1] The medal, named after the Italian mathematician Guido Stampacchia, goes to a mathematician whose age does not exceed 35.

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