Prizes of the |

The prize committee is appointed by the EMS. It consits of about fifteen internationally recognized mathematicians covering a large variety of fields. The first prize award was in Paris in 1992, the second in Budapest in 1996. The third EMS prizes has been presented in Barcelona in 2000, carrying a monetary award of 6,000 Euro.

The **Felix Klein Prize** has been established by the European Mathematical Society
and the endowing organisation, the Institute for Industrial Mathematics in Kaiserslautern.
It is awarded to a young scientist or a small group of young scientists (normally under
the age of 38) for using sophisticated methods to give an outstanding solution, which
meets with the complete satisfaction of industry, to a concrete and difficult industrial
problem. The prize is presented every four years at the European Congresses of Mathematics.
The prize committee consists of six members appointed by agreement of the EMS and the
Institute for Industrial Mathematics in Kaiserslautern. The first prize has been
presented in Barcelona in 2000. It carried a monetary award of 5,000 Euro.

- The Ten EMS Prizes of 1992 (awarded at the 1st ECM in Paris, France)
- The Ten EMS Prizes of 1996 (awarded at the 2nd ECM in Budapest, Hungary)
- The Ten EMS Prizes and the Feliz Klein Prize of 2000 (awarded at the 3rd ECM in Barcelona, Spain)
- The Ten EMS Prizes of 2004 (awarded at the 4th ECM in Stockholm, Sweden)

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