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  • Prize winners at the MCA 2017

    The Americas Prize:

    • José Antonio de la Peña (UNAM, Mexico)

     

    The Solomon Lefschetz Medal: 

    • Monica Clapp (UNAM, Mexico)
    • Gunther Uhlmann (University of Washington, USA and HKUST, Hong Kong)

     

    The MCA Prize:

  • Prize winners at the MCA2013

    • MCA Prize

      Andrés Navas (Chile)

      Alf Onshuus (Colombia)

      Victor Rivero (Mexico)

      Eduardo Teixeira (Brazil)

      Miguel Walsh (Argentina)

       

      Americas Prize

      Herbert Clemens (USA)

      UMALCA - Mathematical Union of Latin America and the Caribbean

       

      Solomon Lefschetz Medal

      Luis Cafarelli (USA)

      Jacob Palis (Brazil)

  • MCofAmericas 2021 Prizes

    The Americas Prize:

    • IMPA Dynamical Systems Group (IMPA, Brazil)

     

    The Solomon Lefschetz Medal: 

    • Carlos Kenig (Chicago, USA)
    • Jose Seade (UNAM, Mexico)

     

    The MCA Prize:

    • John Pardon (Princeton, USA)
    • Jacob Tsimerman (Toronto, Canada)
    • Alex Wright (Michigan, USA)
    • Emmy Murphy (Northwestern, USA)
    • Daniel Remenik  (CMM, Chile)
  • Prizes of the Mathematical Council of the Americas

    Call for Nominations

    March, 2020

    The Mathematical Council of the Americas (MCofA) welcomes nominations for the following prizes, which will be awarded on the occasion of the 3rd Mathematical Congress of the Americas (Buenos Aires, July 19‐24, 2021). Nominations must be submitted by e‐mail, to the address mca2021.prizes@gmail.com, not later than December 15, 2020.
     

  • MCofA has been approved as an affiliate member of the IMU

    The Mathematical Council of the Americas has been approved as an affiliate member of the International Mathematical Union, among other organizations. Further information is available at  https://www.mathunion.org/membership/affiliate-members

  • Organization and dates for the MCA2021

     
    The Mathematical Congress of the Americas 2021, will take place in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from July 19 to 23, 2021.
  • Call for bids to organize the 3rd Mathematical Congress of the Americas in 2021

    The Mathematical Council of the Americas invites the mathematical organizations based in the continent to bid to organize the 3rd Mathematical Congress of the Americas, which will take place in July - August 2021 in some mathematical center in North America, Central America, South America, or the Caribbean. Click here for more information.

     

  • Mathematical Congress of the Americas 2017

     
    The second Mathematical Congress of the Americas will take place in Montreal, Canada on July 24 - 27, 2017. Check the website https://mca2017.org/ for updated information on the preparations for the Congress.
  • Prizes of the Mathematical Council of the Americas Call for Nominations

    The Mathematical Council of the Americas (McofA) welcomes nominations for the following MCA Prize, the Americas Prize and the Solomon Lefschetz Medal , to be awarded at the Mathematical Congress of the Americas MCA 2017 . Check https://mca2017.org/news/latest-news/prizes-mathematical-council-americas-call-nominationsfor all the information about these prizes and the nomination procedures.

  • The Mathematical Congress of the Americas 2017 has announced its semiplenary speakers:

    Nicolas Andruskiewitsch (U Cordoba, Argentina)
    Lia Bronsard (McMaster U, Canada)
    Krzytof Burdzy (U Washington, USA)
    Rustum Choksi (McGill U, Canada)
    Maria Chudnovsky (Columbia U, USA)
    Juan Davila (U Chile)
    Yakov Eliashberg (Stanford University, USA)
    Pablo Ferrari (U Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    Luz de Teresa (IM UNAM, Mexico)
    Harald Helfgott (U Paris Diderot-Paris VII, France)
    Jeremy Kahn (CUNY, USA)
    Matt Kerr (Washington U St. Louis, USA)
    Carlos Gustavo Moreira (IMPA, Brazil)
    Robert Morris (IMPA, Brazil)
    Paolo Piccione (U São Paulo, Brazil)
    Jill Pipher (Brown University, USA)
    Jeremy Quastel (U Toronto, Canada)
    Bernardo Uribe (U del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia)
    Shmuel Weinberger (U Chicago, USA)
    Daniel T. Wise (McGill U, Canada)

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