The SASTRA Ramanujan Prize, founded by Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) located near Kumbakonam, India, Srinivasa Ramanujan's hometown, is awarded every year to a young mathematician judged to have done outstanding work in Ramanujan's fields of interest. The age limit for the prize has been set at 32 (the age at which Ramanujan died), and the current award is $10,000.

Winners

Year Name Institution

2005 Manjul Bhargava

Kannan Soundararajan

Princeton University

University of Michigan

Year | Name | Institution |
---|---|---|

2005 | Manjul Bhargava
Kannan Soundararajan |
Princeton University
University of Michigan |

2006 | Terence Tao | University of California at Los Angeles |

2007 | Ben Green | Cambridge University |

2008 | Akshay Venkatesh | Stanford University |

2009 | Kathrin Bringmann | University of Cologne, Germany, and University of Minnesota, USA |

2010 | Wei Zhang | Harvard University |

2011 | Roman Holowinsky^{[1]} |
Ohio State University |

2012 | Zhiwei Yun^{[2]} |
Stanford University |

2013 | Peter Scholze^{[3]} |
University of Bonn |

2014 | James Maynard ^{[4]} |
Oxford University, England, and University of Montreal, Canada |

2015 | Jacob Tsimerman | University of Toronto, Canada |

2016 | Kaisa Matomäki
Maksym Radziwill |
University of Turku, Finland;
McGill University, Canada, and Rutgers University, USA |

2017 | Maryna Viazovska^{[6]} |
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland |

2018 | Yifeng Liu
Jack Thorne |
Yale University, USA;
Cambridge University, United Kingdom |

2019 | Adam Harper^{[8]} |
University of Warwick, England (UK) |

See also

ICTP Ramanujan Prize

List of mathematics awards

References

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2011

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2012

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2013

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2014

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2016

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2017

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2018

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize 2019

External links

SASTRA Ramanujan Prize

Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics

Graduate Studies in Mathematics

Hellenica World - Scientific Library

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