# Naylor Prize and Lectureship

The **Naylor Prize and lectureship in Applied Mathematics** is a prize of the London Mathematical Society awarded every two years in memory of Dr V.D. Naylor. Only those resident in the United Kingdom are eligible for the prize. The "grounds for award can include work in, and influence on, and contributions to applied mathematics and/or the applications of mathematics, and lecturing gifts."^{[1]}

## Prize winners^{[2]}

- 1977 James Lighthill
- 1979 Basil John Mason
- 1981 H. Christopher Longuet-Higgins
- 1983 Michael J. D. Powell
- 1985 I C Percival
- 1987 D S Jones
- 1989 J D Murray
- 1991 Roger Penrose
- 1993 Michael Berry
- 1995 John Ball
- 1997 Frank Kelly
- 1999 Stephen Hawking
- 2000 Athanassios S. Fokas
- 2002 Mark H. A. Davis
- 2004 Richard Jozsa
- 2007 Michael Green
- 2009 Philip Maini
- 2011 John Bryce McLeod
- 2013 Nick Trefethen
- 2015 S. Jonathan Chapman

## See also

- Whitehead Prize
- Senior Whitehead Prize
- Fröhlich Prize
- Berwick Prize
- Pólya Prize (LMS)
- De Morgan Medal

## References

- ↑ "LMS prize regulations". London Mathematical Society. 28 April 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2012.
- ↑ List of LMS prize winners, LMS website accessed July 2011

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