The awards ceremony of the International Mathematical Union (IMU) is a part of the International Congresses of Mathematicians, held every four years. This year the IMU awards ceremony will be held in Helsinki, on July 5th of July 2022.
Prior to the awards ceremony, The IMU will host its 19th General Assembly in Helsinki on 3rd-4th of July 2022. The event will take place at the Scandic Grand Marina and Marina Congress Center.
The IMU awards ceremony on July 5 (Runeberginkatu 14-16, 00100 Helsinki)
On the 5th of July 2022, the IMU will hold its IMU Award Ceremony 2022 in Helsinki, at Aalto University. During the ceremony the winners of Fields Medals, IMU Abacus Medal, Chern Medal Award, Carl Friedrich Gauss Prize and Leelavati Prize will be announced, and the awards will be handed over.
Please find the program of the day here.
Please note that registration to the event is now closed. If you haven't registered, you can still attend the program online. You can find more information on that here under the headline live stream.
The scientific talks on July 6 (Runeberginkatu 14-16, 00100 Helsinki)
On the following day, the 6th of July, Fields Medalists and IMU Abacus Medalists will give prize winner lectures in Helsinki.
The events on both days will be live streamed for those who are unable to attend in person.
Please find the program of the day here. Please be mindful that the time indicated in this particular event is CET.
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Address: Runeberginkatu 14-16, 00100 Helsinki
Sponsors: Our sincere acknowledgment to our sponsors for their generous contributions.
The event is partly funded by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.
The event was partly funded by Finnish Academy of Science and Letters.
The event was partly funded by The council of Finnish Academies (COFA).