Graduate Research Awards in Mathematics
Two annual awards will be given for outstanding research conducted by a current Ph.D. student in the Mathematics Department while at UBC. One award will be made in applied mathematics and one in pure mathematics.
Award: The award consists of an invitation to speak in the Department Colloquium, Applied Mathematics Colloquium, or equivalent venue; a certificate to be presented at the Department graduation reception; and a cheque.
Eligibility: All Ph. D. students in Mathematics who have passed the candidacy exam, and have not already won the award.
Nominations: A nomination is made by a research supervisor of the eligible student. A nomination will consist of a
Deadline for nominations: October 15.
Announcement of award: November 1.
2017: Oliver Leigh (Pure), Josh Scurll and Cole Zmurchok (joint winners, Applied)