The call for nominations are currently closed
Referee reports for the 2021 round are due by 22 June 2020. The Nominations for the 2022 award will open in early 2021
The Hannan Medal is a career award that recognises outstanding research in any of the fields of statistical science, pure mathematics, applied mathematics and computational mathematics and is made in one of those three areas in turn at two-yearly intervals. It honours the contribution to time series analysis of the late Professor E J Hannan, FAA, Professor of Statistics at the Research School of Social Sciences of the Australian National University.
The 2021 Hannan Medal is in pure mathematics.
The award is made for research carried out mainly in Australia. Work carried out through a candidate’s entire career is taken into consideration but special weight is given to recent research. From the 2021 award round the Medal and a lecture will be presented at a dinner in the Awardees State capital.
This award is open to nominations for candidates from all genders. The Australian Academy of Science encourages nominations of female candidates and of candidates from a broad geographical distribution.
Career awards recognise achievement over a career of whatever length.
Candidates may be put forward for more than one award. If a proposed candidate is already the recipient of an Academy award, the second award must be for a distinct, additional, body of work undertaken since the first award, and/or work in a different field.
(Please submit your nominations using the Nominate button found on the left of this webpage)
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