Kenneth O. May Prize

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The Kenneth O. May Prize is a prize awarded to historians of mathematics by the International Commission on the History of Mathematics (ICHM, “for outstanding contributions to the history of mathematics”). It has been awarded every four years since 1989 (generally at the ICHM congresses) and is named after Kenneth O. May , the founder of the ICHM. The prize is associated with a bronze medal.

Award winners

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Kenneth O. May Prize in the History of Mathematics. International Mathematical Union , accessed on October 12, 2019 : "for outstanding contributions to the history of mathematics"
  2. International Congress of History of Science and Technology