February 15, 2007

Ramanujan Prize

The Ramanujan Prize is for Young Mathematicians from Developing Countries. The Prize, named after the famed Indian genius and mathematical whiz, Srinivasa Ramanujan, is awarded annually to a researcher under 45 years of age and from a developing country and is funded by the Niels Henrik Abel Memorial Fund

The 2006 winner was Ramdorai Sujatha of TIFR, while Marcelo Viana of Brazil won the inaugural award in 2005.

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