VASIL A. POPOV PRIZE|
Call for 2007 Nominations
The Vasil A. Popov Prize was established in memory of the late Professor Vasil A. Popov of Bulgaria in recognition of his contributions to approximation theory and related areas of mathematics. The prize was created with the aid of contributions from his colleagues and admirers, and is reserved for an outstanding young approximation theorist with at most 6 years of professional experience beyond the terminal degree. The prize is awarded every three years. Previous recipients of the Vasil A. Popov Prize are Albert Cohen, France (1995), Arno B. J. Kuijlaars, The Netherlands (1998), Emmanuel J. Candes, U.S.A. (2001), and Serguei Denissov, U.S.A. (2004).
The fifth Vasil A. Popov Prize will be awarded at the Twelfth International
Conference in Approximation Theory, to be held in March of 2007 in San Antonio, Texas.
Eligibility for this prize is restricted to mathematicians who did
not have their terminal degree on June 1, 2000. The winner of the prize
will be asked to deliver a plenary lecture at the conference. The Selection
Committee for the Vasil A. Popov Prize consists of Charles Chui, Wolfgang Dahmen,
Paul Nevai, Pencho Petrushev (Chairman), Alan Pinkus, and Edward Saff.
Nominations should include a brief description of the research related to the
nomination. Other supporting material may also be submitted. Please direct all
email correspondence concerning the Prize to
Nominations for the fourth Vasil A. Popov Prize should be sent (by November 1, 2006) to the Chairman of the Selection Committee:
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Last Updated: April 12, 2006