The inaugural award of the Chern Medal has gone to Louis Niremberg of the Courant institute in New York for his role in the formulation of the modern theory of non-liner elliptic partial differential equations. The new mathematics prize in honour of Shiing-Shen Chern comes with a cheque for $250,000.

Niremberg is a Canadian born mathematician who is renowned for his fundamental work on partial differential equations and their applications in complex analysis.

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