#### 2018: Sergio Albeverio

Swiss mathematician.

#### 2017: Gerard van der Geer

Gerard van der Geer is a Dutch mathematician working in the field of algebraic geometry that has made substantial contributions to the theory of moduli of curves, moduli of abelian varieties and of K3-surfaces, Hilbert modular surfaces, and of curves over finite fields.

#### 2015: Heinz Langer

German mathematician.

#### 1999: Linus Torvalds

Linus Torvalds is a Finnish computer scientist and programmer who is best known for creating and developing the Linux kernel which forms the basis of several operating systems. He has received several IEEE prizes and currently resides in the US.

#### 1980: Jean-Pierre Serre

Jean-Pierre Serre has worked in many different fields, including algebraic topology, geometry and number theory. He currently has the distinction of being the youngest person to have been awared a Fields medal.

#### 1978: Henri Cartan

Henri Cartan was a leading French mathematician who contributed decisively to the development of several branches of mathematics, including homological algebra, sheaf theory, and several complex variables. He was a founding member of Bourbaki.

#### 1960: Pekka Myrberg

Pekka Myrberg was a Finnish mathematician who worked in function theory and on iteration of rational functions. He later served as chancellor of the University of Helsinki.

#### 1960: Andrey Kolmogorov

Andrey Kolmogorov, a prominent Russian mathematician, published significant works in many different fields of mathematics, such as harmonic analysis and classical mechanics, and in particular laid the foundations of modern probability theory.

#### 1936: Ernst Lindelöf

The Finnish mathematician Ernst Lindelöf is known for his work in real and complex analysis, as well as for his contributions in topology. He had several prominent students, including Nevanlinna and Ahlfors.

#### 1912: Vito Volterra

The Italian mathematician Vito Volterra helped lay the foundations of functional analysis through his investigations into integral and integro-differential equations. He was also interested in applications in mathematical biology.

#### 1909: Paul Painlevé

Painleve was a French mathematician and politician who made significant contributions to the theory of nonlinear differential equation, and was several times prime minster of France.

#### 1905: Henri Poincaré

Poincare was one of the greatest mathematicians of the late 19th and early 20th century. Among many other contributions, he laid the foundations of algebraic topology and chaotic dynamical systems, contributed to the analysis of differential equations and relativity theory, and posed the Poincare conjecture.