Lars V. Ahlfors winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1981 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Wolf Prize Committee for Mathematics has unanimously decided that the award for 1981 should be equally divided
for seminal discoveries and the creation of powerful new methods in geometric function theory.

Oscar Zariski winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1981 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Wolf Prize Committee for Mathematics has unanimously decided that the award for 1981 should be equally divided
Creator of the modern approach to Algebraic geometry, by its fusion , with Commutative algebra.

Andrei N. Kolmogorov winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1980 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Prize Committee unanimously decided to select as co-recipients of the Wolf Prize for mathematics for 1980
for deep and original discoveries in Fourier analysis, probability theory, ergodic theory and dynamical systems.

Henri Cartan winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1980 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Prize Committee unanimously decided to select as co-recipients of the Wolf Prize for mathematics for 1980
for pioneering work in algebraic topology, complex variables homological algebra and inspired leadership of a generation of mathematicians.

Andre Weil winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1979 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS for his inspired introduction of algebro-geometry methods to the theory of numbers.

Jean Leray winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1979 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Prize Committee for Mathematics has decided that the prize for this year should be divided
for his inspired introduction of algebro-geometry to the theory of numbers.

Carl S. Siegel winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1978 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Prize Committee in Mathematics has carefully considered all candidates and has reached a unanimous conclusion that the Wolf Prize in Mathematics this year should be awarded
in recognition of his contributions to the theory of numbers, theory of several complex variables, and celestial mechanics.

Izrail M. Gelfand winner of Wolf Prize in Mathematics

THE 1978 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS
The Prize Committee in Mathematics has carefully considered all candidates and has reached a unanimous conclusion that the Wolf Prize in Mathematics this year should be awarded
for his work on functional analysis, group representation, and for his seminal contributions to many areas of mathematics and its applications,

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