List of National Medal of Science Laureates - Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences

Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences

  • 1963 Norbert Wiener
  • 1964 Solomon Lefschetz, H. Marston Morse
  • 1965 Oscar Zariski
  • 1966 John Milnor
  • 1967 Paul Cohen
  • 1968 Jerzy Neyman
  • 1969 William Feller
  • 1970 Richard Brauer
  • 1973 John Tukey
  • 1974 Kurt Gödel
  • 1975 John W. Backus, Shiing-Shen Chern, George B. Dantzig
  • 1976 Kurt Otto Friedrichs, Hassler Whitney
  • 1979 Joseph L. Doob, Donald E. Knuth
  • 1982 Marshall Harvey Stone
  • 1983 Herman Goldstine, Isadore Singer
  • 1986 Peter Lax, Antoni Zygmund
  • 1987 Raoul Bott, Michael Freedman
  • 1988 Ralph E. Gomory, Joseph B. Keller
  • 1989 Samuel Karlin, Saunders MacLane, Donald C. Spencer
  • 1990 George F. Carrier, Stephen Cole Kleene, John McCarthy
  • 1991 Alberto Calderón
  • 1992 Allen Newell
  • 1993 Martin Kruskal
  • 1994 John Cocke
  • 1995 Louis Nirenberg
  • 1996 Richard M. Karp, Stephen Smale
  • 1997 Shing-Tung Yau
  • 1998 Cathleen Synge Morawetz
  • 1999 Felix Browder, Ronald R. Coifman
  • 2000 John Griggs Thompson, Karen K. Uhlenbeck
  • 2001 Calyampudi R. Rao, Elias M. Stein
  • 2002 James G. Glimm
  • 2003 Carl R. de Boor
  • 2004 Dennis P. Sullivan
  • 2005 Bradley Efron
  • 2006 Hyman Bass
  • 2007 Leonard Kleinrock, Andrew J. Viterbi
  • 2009 David B. Mumford
  • 2010 Richard A. Tapia, Srinivasa S.R. Varadhan

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