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December 16, 2020 Wednesday 04:33:44 PM IST

Professor Nalini Joshi awarded the George Szekeres Medal

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Professor Nalini Joshi AO at the University of Sydney has been awarded the Australian Mathematical Society's George Szekeres Medal for sustained outstanding contribution to the mathematical sciences in Australia by a society member. This year the award was presented jointly to Professor Ole Warnaar of the University of Queensland.

Professor Joshi’s contribution to the Australian and international mathematical community is considerable. She has written over 100 peer-reviewed papers together with authored and edited monographs. Her outstanding contribution to mathematics is confirmed by numerous awards and positions. Professor Nalini Joshi is Chair of Applied Mathematics, holds a Payne-Scott Professorship at the University of Sydney, is Vice-President of the International Mathematical Union and is a fellow of the Australian Academy of Science. Her research focuses on mathematical methods to study systems that arise as universal models in modern physics.