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 School of Mathematics - January 16, 2003

Young Mathematicians Prize 2002

Presentation of "Young Mathematicians Prize"

January 8, 2003
School of Mathematics, IPM

Presentation of "Young Mathematicians Award"

The "Foundation for Research in Mathematics " established the "Young Mathematicians Award" in 2001. The purpose of the award is to acknowledge research by young mathematicians in Iran and encourage the development of mathematics. The monetary award of Rls 10,000,000 was shared equally by the recipients.
Presentation of Young Mathematicians Prize

The recipients of the awards in 2002 were:

1. Amir Daneshgar, Forcing structures and cliques in uniquely vertex colorable graphs, SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 14(2001), 433-445.
2. Kamran Divaani-Aazar, Ideal topologies, local cohomology and connectedness, Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 131(2001), 211-226(with P. Schenzel).
3. Ziba Eslami, Some new 6-(14, 7, 4) Designs, Journal of Combinatorial theory, Series A 93(2001), 141-152 (with G. B. Khosrovshahi).
4. Mohammad Reza Pournaki, On the orthogonal basis of the symmetry classes of tensors associated with certain characters, Linear Algebra and its Applications 336(2001), 255-260.

Past recipients of the awards (2001) were:

1. Saeed Kayvanfar, The category The category P M E (G, V) and generalized covering groups and generalized covering groups, J. Algebra 238(2001), 126-138.
2. Behrouz Mashayekhy, Some notes on the Baer-invariant of a nilpotent product of groups, J. Algebra 235(2001), 15-26.
3. Reza Naghipour, Locally unmixed modules and ideal topologies, J. Algebra 236(2001), 768-777.
4. Behrouz Tayefeh-Rezaie, Some infinite families of large sets of t-designs, J. Combin. Theory Ser. A 87(1999), 239-245.

The Foundation for Research in Mathematics is funded through donations by individuals. The awards committee of 2002 consisted of Mojtaba Moniri (Tarbiat Modarres University), Saeed Akbari (Sharif University of Technology), and Alireza Jamali (Teachers Training University).

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