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The Salem Prize, founded by the widow of Raphael Salem, is awarded[by whom?] to young mathematicians judged to have done outstanding work in Salem's field of interest, primarily the theory of Fourier series. The prize is considered highly prestigious and many Fields Medalists previously received Salem prize. The prize was 5000 French Francs in 1990.[1]
Past winners

(Note: a F symbol denotes mathematicians who later earned a Fields Medal).

1968 Nicholas Varopoulos[1]
1969 Richard Hunt[1]
1970 Yves Meyer[1]
1971 Charles FeffermanF[1]
1972 Thomas Körner[1]
1973 Evgenii Mikhailovich Nikishin[1]
1974 Hugh Montgomery[1]
1975 William Beckner[1]
1976 Michael R. Herman[1]
1977 S. V. Bockarev[1]
1978 Björn E. Dahlberg[1]
1979 Gilles Pisier[1]
1980 Stylianos Pichorides[1]
1981 Peter Jones[1]
1982 Alexei B. Aleksandrov[1]
1983 Jean BourgainF[1]
1984 Carlos Kenig[1]
1985 Thomas Wolff[1]
1986 Nikolai Makarov[1]
1987 Guy David and Jean Lin Journe[1]
1988 Alexander Volberg and Jean-Christophe YoccozF[1]
1989 no prize
1990 Sergei Konyagin[1]
1991 Curtis T. McMullenF
1992 Mitsuhiro Shishikura
1993 Sergei Treil
1994 Kari Astala
1995 Håkan Eliasson
1996 Michael Lacey and Christoph Thiele
1997 no prize
1998 Trevor Wooley
1999 Fedor Nazarov
2000 Terence TaoF
2001 Oded Schramm and Stanislav SmirnovF
2002 Xavier Tolsa
2003 Elon LindenstraussF and Kannan Soundararajan
2004 no prize
2005 Ben J. Green
2006 Stefanie Petermichl and Artur AvilaF
2007 Akshay VenkateshF
2008 Bo'az Klartag and Assaf Naor
2009 no prize
2010 Nalini Anantharaman
2011 Zhan Dapeng and Julien Dubedat [2]
2012 no prize
2013 Larry Guth [3]
2014 Dmitry Chelkak [4]
2015 no prize
2016 Maryna Viazovska [5] [6]
2017 no prize
2018 Alexander Logunov [7]

See also

List of mathematics awards

References

Stechkin, S. B. (1991). "The Salem Prize". Russian Mathematical Surveys. 46 (5): 211. doi:10.1070/RM1991v046n05ABEH002842.
Salem Prize 2011
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