Croatian Mathematical Society award lecture
The CMS awards every four years the Award of Croatian
Mathematical Society to young mathematician for research contribution in
mathematics.
In 1996 Ivan Slapničar was awarded for his original and important
contributions in relative perturbation theory for eigenvalues and singular
values of matrices and the corresponding invariant spaces, and numerical
analysis of highly accurate algorithms.
In 2000 Andrej Dujella was awarded for his original and important
contributions in finding new sets of Diophantine type, with applications
on elliptic curves and number theory.
In 2004 Goran Muić was awarded for his original and important
contributions in representation theory of padic groups, theory of
local Lfunctions and generic representations, and theta
correspondence with applications in the Langlands programme, automorphic
forms, and number theory.
In 2008 Ozren Perše was awarded for his original and important
contributions in representation theory of vertex algebras and infinite
dimensional Lie algebras, with applications in tensor category theory and
mathematical physics.
In 2012 Igor Velčić was awarded for his original
important contributions to the theory of plate models in elasticity
obtained by simultenous homogenization and dimensional reduction.
