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UKRAINE MATHEMATICS AWARD COMPETITION

sponsored by
The Shevchenko Scientific Society (USA) and The U.S.-Ukraine  Foundation
with the support of  Ukrainian and Kyiv Mathematical Societies

UKRAINE MATHEMATICS COMPETITION 2017

The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation and the Shevchenko Scientific Society of America are continuing their sponsorship of a competition for young Ukrainian mathematicians in 2017.  The winner of the competition will be awarded a prize of $6,000 plus a gold medal.

The goal of the competition, which began in 2008, is to support young mathematicians who work at research institutions in Ukraine, and to stimulate the interest of young people in pure and applied science. The competition is open to citizens of Ukraine who are employed in educational or research institutions in Ukraine, or who studied in Ukraine and obtained extraordinary results,  were 35 years of age or younger on September 1, 2016 (since there was no competition in 2016), and who hold the degree of Kandydat, or D.Sc., in mathematical sciences.

To participate, applicants should send the following documents by e-mail to the executive secretary of the Awards Committee, professor Volodymyr Nekrashevych, nekrash @ math.tamu.edu , using Adobe PDF or PS format:

* A brief description of the results of research which is being submitted for the Mathematics Competition (up to one page, in Ukrainian, with a clearly stated main result, preferably as theorem(s), and a short commentary).

* Curriculum Vitae, including a list of all publications.

* List of publications (no more than three and at least one without co-authors) containing the results submitted for the Mathematics Competition, including computer files of these publications.

* List of important conference where the above results were presented, and type of presentation (plenary session, special session, or other).

* List of proposed reviewers (no more than three).

The Committee will forward the documents to the reviewers proposed by the applicant and possibly to reviewers of its own choosing. Based on the response received from the reviewers, the Committee will consider three of the top candidates and select the winner by a majority vote.

The deadline for submission of the applications for the 2017 Mathematics Competition is September 1, 2017. The results of the competition will be announced by the end of November 2017.

Information about the Mathematics Competition will appear on the web-pages of the Ukrainian and Kyiv Mathematical Societies, the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation and the Shevchenko Scientific Society (USA). Announcements concerning the Mathematics Competition will be published in the Ukrainian Mathematical Journal and other scholarly publications in Ukraine.

Mathematics Award Committee Chairs: Rostislav Grigorchuk (Texas A&M University, USA), Sergiy Kolyada (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine). Executive Secretary: Volodymyr Nekrashevych (Texas A&M University, USA).

Chair of Sponsored Programs of the Shevchenko Scientific Society (USA) Roman Andrushkiw (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA).

From Ukraine: Taras Banakh (Ivan Franko National University of L'viv, Ukraine), Sergiy Bezuglyi (Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of NASU, Ukraine), Vladimir Gutlyanskii (Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, NASU,Ukraine), Oleksandr Danilenko (Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of NASU, Ukraine), Yuri Drozd (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine), Michael Zarichnyi (Ivan Franko National University of L'viv, Ukraine), Volodimir V. Kirichenko (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv, Ukraine), Sergiy Kolyada (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine), Anatoliy Kochubey (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine), Leonid Kurdachenko (Dnipropetrovs'k National University, Ukraine), Anatoliy Nikitin (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine; president of the Kyiv Mathematical Society), Leonid Pastur (Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of NASU, Ukraine), Anatoly Samoilenko (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine), Yuri S. Samoilenko (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine), Gennadiy Feldman (Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of NASU, Ukraine), Yevgen Khruslov (Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of NASU, Ukraine), Oleksandr Sharkovsky (Institute of Mathematics of NASU, Ukraine), Igor Shevchuk (Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University), Andriy Shyshkov (Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, NASU, Ukraine).

From other countries: Vitaly Bergelson (Ohio State University), Michael Boshernitzan (Rice University, USA), Igor Burban (University of Cologne, Germany), Leonid Vainerman (Universite de Caen, France), , Masha Vlasenko  (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences), Alexander Gorodnik (University of Bristol, UK), Efim Zelmanov (University of California, USA), Vadim Kaloshin (University of Maryland, USA), Yuri Kondratiev (Bielefeld University, Germany), Kyrylo Kopotun (University of Manitoba, Canada), Peter Kuchment (Texas A&M University, USA), Nikolai Leonenko (Cardiff University, UK), Edward Tymchatyn (University of Saskatchewan, Canada), Yuri Tomilov (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences), Sergei Trofimchuk (Universidad de Talca, Chile), Vyacheslav Futorny (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil), Boris Tsygan (Northwestern University, USA).

From Shevchenko Scientific Society (USA): Roman Andrushkiw (New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA), Yaroslav Vorobets (Texas A&M University, USA), Rostislav Grigorchuk (Texas A&M University, USA), Anna Nagurney (University of Massachussetts, USA), Volodymyr Nekrashevych (Texas A&M University, USA), Wolodymyr Petryshyn (Rutgers University, USA), Roman Samulyak (Stony Brook University, USA).

Information about the Mathematics Competition appears on the web-pages of the Ukrainian and Kyiv Mathematical Societies, the  U.S.-Ukraine Foundation and  the Shevchenko Scientific Society (USA). Announcements concerning the Mathematics Competition will be published in the Ukrainian Mathematical Journal and other scholarly publications in Ukraine. 

UKRAINE MATHEMATICS AWARD WINNERS BY YEAR

Olena-Karlova-Chernivtsi

2015 WINNER - OLENA KARLOVA

The winner of the 2015 Ukraine Mathematics Award Competiton is Olena Karlova of Chernivtsi.

Olena Karpel

2013 WINNER - OLENA KARPEL

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Dmytro Leonidovych Finkelstein

2012 WINNER - DMYTRO LEONIDOVYCH FINKELSTEIN

The winner of the 2012 Ukraine Mathematics Award Competiton is Dmytro Leonidovych Finkelstein, a  senior fellow at the Fractal Analysis of the Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.  The award was made in December 2012.

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OLHA BERNSHTEIN AND YEVHEN BONDARENKO

OLHA BERNSHTEIN AND YEVHEN BONDARENKO

2011 WINNERS - OLHA BERSHTEIN AND YEVHEN BONDARENKO

Olha Bershtein, Researcher of Mathematical Physics at the Physical-Technical Institute of Low Temperature, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, for her work, "Representation Theory and Harmonic Analysis on Symmetric Quantum Confined Areas."

Yevhen Bondarenko, Assistant Chair of Algebra and Mathematical Logic of the Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of the Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, for his work,  "Self-similar Groups and their Marginal Dynamic Systems." 

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2010 WINNER - ANDRIY BONDARENKO

2010 WINNER - ANDRIY BONDARENKO

At the September 30, 2010 meeting of the Kyiv Mathematical Colloquium, held at the Institute of Mathematics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Andriy Bondarenko was declared the winner of the 2010 Ukraine Mathematics Award Competition for his work, "Spherical designs and rational approximation.”

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2010 WINNER - ANDRIY BONDARENKO

2009 WINNER - YAROSLAV LAVRENYUK

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2010 WINNER - ANDRIY BONDARENKO

2008 WINNER - OLEKSIJ TEPLINSKY

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