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. Between 1995 and 2017, the ANZIAM Medal was awarded at most biennially.


Winners of the ANZIAM Medal

The 2024 ANZIAM Medal: call for nominations

Nominations are now sought for the ANZIAM Medal, which is the premier award of ANZIAM, a Division of the Australian Mathematical Society.

Closing date: 1st October 2023

Nominations for the award can be made by any member of ANZIAM other than the nominee or members of the Selection committee. A nomination document should consist of three parts in the following order: (i) a career interruption statement; (ii) a brief C.V. of the nominee that includes with the nominee's list of publications; (iii) a resumé of the significance of the nominee's work. Parts (i) and (iii) should be no more than one-page in length.

Nominations should be sent directly to the Committee Chair, Professor Phil Broadbridge at

Updated: 20 Aug 2023