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Smith-Knight Prizes and Rayleigh-Knight Prizes: Notice

Statutes and Ordinances, 2008, pp. 716 and 888

One or more Smith-Knight Prizes, and one or more Rayleigh-Knight Prizes for essays on any subject in Mathematics and its applications, are offered for competition in 2009. The Prizes are open to:

(a) any member of the University, if at the latest date for the submission of essays at least three but not more than five, complete terms have passed since the term of his or her admission as a Graduate Student; or
(b) any Bachelor of Arts of the University who is not a Graduate Student of the University if, at the latest date for the submission of essays, at least three, but not more than five complete terms have passed since he or she last obtained Honours Examination or was approved for the M.Phil. Degree or for a Diploma.

The essay should include an abstract of no more than 300 words describing the content of the essay in nontechnical terms. Candidates who are Graduate Students should include an introductory page, giving the name of the supervisor and stating in detail which parts of the essay contain review material and which parts constitute original research, as well as stating explicitly the extent to which different parts of the work have been done in collaboration.

This statement should be endorsed by the supervisor.

Candidates must submit their essays (two copies) not later than the first day of the full Lent Term, i.e. 13 January 2009 to the Registrary (addressed to the Awards Clerk), The Old Schools, Cambridge, CB2 1TN. The announcement of the award will be made before the end of the Easter Term 2008.

N.B. Candidates' attention is drawn to the general regulations (Statutes and Ordinances, 2008, p. 716), and in particular to Regulations 10 and 11. These regulations appear at the beginning of this edition of the Reporter.


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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