The ANZIAM medal
The ANZIAM medal is awarded on the basis of
- Research achievements,
- Activities enhancing applied or industrial mathematics, or both, and
- Contributions to ANZIAM.
The first award was made at the 1995 ANZIAM conference.
Winners of the ANZIAM Medal
- 1995 Professor Renfrey B. Potts
- 1997 Professor Ian H. Sloan
- 1999 Professor Ernest O. Tuck
- 2001 Associate Professor Charles E.M. Pearce
- 2004 Professor Roger H.J. Grimshaw
- 2006 Professor Graeme C. Wake
- 2008 Professor James M. Hill
- 2010 Dr Robert Anderssen
- 2012 Professor Robert McKibbin
- 2014 Professor Kerry Landman
Nominations for the AWARD can be made by any member of ANZIAM other than the nominee. A nomination should consist of a brief C.V. of the nominee together with the nominee's list of publications and no more than a one page resumé of the significance of the nominee's work. Nominations should be forwarded in confidence, electronically to the Chair of the Selection Panel.
Please note that, where necessary, the Selection Panel will consult with appropriate assessors concerning evaluation of any nominee's research.