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Prize Subjects Proposed by the Paris Academy of Sciences for 1912

Nature volume 85, page 349 (12 January 1911) | Download Citation



GEOMETRY.—Grand prize of the mathematical sciences (3000 francs). The subject proposed for 1912 is the improvement of the theory of algebraic differential equations of the second or third order the general integral of which is uniform. No memoirs having been received on the question proposed for 1910, this will also be awarded in 1912. Francceur prize (1000 francs), for work useful to the progress of pure or applied mathematics; Poncelet prize (2000 francs), for a work on pure mathematics.

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