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Jerry P. Becker

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Call for nominees: Paul Erdös Award 2014
Posted: Jul 14, 2013 2:39 PM
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Sent at the request of Maria de Losada.
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Call for nominees

Paul Erdös Award

The Paul Erdös Award is established to recognise
contributions of mathematicians which 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.
Each recipient of the award is selected by the
Executive and Advisory Committee of the World
Federation of National Mathematics Competitions
on the recommendation of the WFNMC Awards
Subcommittee.

Paul Erdös Award 2014

The WFNMC Awards Committee hereby issues a call
for nominees for the Erdös Award 2014.

Send nominations to Awards Committee Chair María
de Losada (mariadelosada@gmail.com) by December
15, 2013.

Awards will be given at the VII Congress of WFNMC
to be held in Barranquilla, Colombia, July 21 -
24th, 2014.

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