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Prizes Proposed by the Paris Academy of Sciences for 1911

Nature volume 82, pages 322323 (13 January 1910) | Download Citation



GEOMETRY.—The Francœur prize (1000 francs), for discoveries or works useful to the progress of pure or applied mathematics; the Bordin prize (3000 francs), for improving at an important point the theory of triple systems of orthogonal surfaces; the Poncelet prize (2000 francs), for work in applied mathematics.

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