The deadline for nominations for the David Crighton Medal in 2021 is 28 February. Details on how to submit a nomination are below.
The David Crighton Medal was established by the Councils of the LMS and IMA in 2002 in order to pay tribute to the memory of Professor David George Crighton FRS. The silver gilt medal will be awarded to an eminent mathematician for services both to mathematics and to the mathematical community, who is normally resident in the mathematical community represented by the two organisations on the 1st January of the year of the award.
The award is considered biennially by the Councils of the LMS and IMA. The medal-winner will normally be presented with the award at a joint meeting of the IMA and the LMS, and will be invited to give a lecture.
The most recent winner of the David Crighton Medal was Professor Ken Brown CBE FRSE, in 2019. Previous winners of the Medal are Professor I. David Abrahams (2017), Professor Frank Kelly CBE FRS (2015), Professor Arieh Iserles and Dr Peter Neumann, OBE (2012), Professor Keith Moffatt, FRS (2009), Professor Sir Christopher Zeeman, FRS (2006) and Professor Sir John Ball, FRS (2003).
Nominations are now invited. These should be made on a nomination form available on both Societies’ websites (LMS: https://www.lms.ac.uk/prizes/david-crighton-medal-award) or from the Secretary to the David Crighton Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Committee seeks to ensure that a strong, diverse field is nominated for consideration. We therefore strongly welcome nominations for women and other underrepresented groups in the mathematical community.
Nominations must be received by 28 February 2021.