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The prize was first awarded in 1997. It was decided to award the Mathematika Prize to the best Pure mathematician in the final year to balance the Ellen Watson Prize, which is awarded to the best Applied mathematician in the final year. The money for the prize matches that for the Ellen Watson Prize (£250) and is provided by the Board of the UCL learned mathematical journal Mathematika
- A prize known as the Mathematika Prize may be awarded in each
- The Prize is awarded by the Council on the recommendation of
the Faculty of
Mathmatical and Physical Sciences.
- The Prize is awarded to an outstanding final year
student in Pure
- Only one prize may be awarded per year.
- The value of the Prize is £250.
- No application is necessary.
- The qualifications of candidates are considered by the
Board of Examiners of
Mathematics, or other persons or prize panel comprised of members of the
- The award is announced in July.
- The College reserves the right to vary these regulations
should it become
necessary to do so in order to ensure the continued
use of the resources in the
- Awards are subject to the provision of the General Regulations.