The ANZIAM medal
The ANZIAM medal is our most prestigious award. At most one award will be made annually, but only to a candidate of sufficient merit. 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. From 1995-2017, the ANZIAM medal was awarded at most biennially.
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
- 2016 Dr Frank de Hoog
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 Professor Kerry Landman (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chair of the Selection Panel, by 6 November 2017.
Please note that, where necessary, the Selection Panel will consult with appropriate assessors concerning evaluation of any nominee's research.