The aim of the prize is to support undergraduate and graduate students and younger researchers in their interest in theoretical and applied mathematics.
The Czech Mathematical Society Prize is being awarded once in four years to at most four research papers or collections of research papers in theoretical or applied mathematics which have been published or accepted for publishing in peer-reviewed journals or conference proceedings within the last four years preceding the application for the competition.
The author submitting the paper for the competitions must be affiliated to an institution seated in the Czech Republic. All co-authors must not be younger than 35 in the year of the competition.
The winners are being announced on the Conference of Czech Mathematicians.
Laureates of the Czech Mathematical Society Prize
- RNDr. Miroslav Bulíček, Ph.D. for a collection of papers in mathematical modelling
- RNDr. Antonín Slavík, Ph.D. for a collection of papers on differential equations
- RNDr. Martin Tancer, Ph.D. for a collection of papers in combinatorics and graph theory
- Doc. Mgr. Zdeněk Dvořák, Ph.D. for a paper in combinatorics and graph theory
- Doc. Dr. Jan Kühr for a collection of 8 papers in algebra
- Ing. Dr. Marek Omelka for 2 papers in statistics
- Doc. Dr. Jiří Spurný for a collection of 4 papers in mathematical analysis
- Dr. Jan Šťovíček for a collection of 3 papers in algebra
- Doc. Dr. Ondřej Kalenda and Dr. Jiří Spurný for a collection of papers called "Abstract Dirichlet problem for Baire functions"
- Dr. Daniel Kráľ for 2 papers devoted to colouring of graphs
- Dr. Michal Kunc for a collection of 3 papers on language equations
- Mgr. Martin Ondreját for a collection of 4 papers on stochastic differential equations
- Dr. Roman Hilscher for a collection of 6 papers
- Dr. Jan Kolář for the paper "Porous sets that are Haar null, and nowhere approximately differentiable functions"
- Dr. Eva Matoušková for a collection of 8 papers
- Dr. Pavel Řehák for a collection of 9 papers