- Prof. Dr. Konrad Gröger, Weierstrass-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik, Berlin

for his longlife contribution to cooperation between Czech and German mathematicians

9. 3. 2016 - Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Nešetřil, DrSc., MFF UK v Praze

for excellent results and representation of the Czech mathematics

9. 3. 2016 - RNDr. Emil Vitásek, CSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his merits for the development and popularization of our computational mathematics

18. 11. 2015 - RNDr. Milan Práger, CSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his merits for the development and popularization of our computational mathematics

18. 11. 2015 - Prof. RNDr. Alois Kufner, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his lifelong contributions to the development of Czech mathematics and the Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists

7. 1. 2014 - Prof. RNDr. Miloslav Feistauer, DrSc., dr.h.c., Charles University in Prague

for his contribution to Czech and world science

20. 6. 2013 - Prof. RNDr. Karel Segeth, CSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his lifelong merits for Czech and Czechoslovak mathematics

15. 5. 2013 - Prof. Dr. Hans Triebel, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

for his long standing contributions for the collaboration between Czech and German mathematicians

19. 8. 2011 - Prof. Pekka Neittaanmäki, PhD, University of Jyväskylä

for his long term collaboration with Czech mathematicians

9. 6. 2011 - RNDr. Jiří Rákosník, CSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his outstanding merit in development of the Czech Matematical Socety and fundamental involvement in digitization of mathematical literature in the Czech Republic

14. 10. 2010 - Prof. RNDr. Václav Dupač, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

for his lifelong merit for the Czechoslovak and Czech mathematics

29. 9. 2009 - Prof. RNDr. Beloslav Riečan, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics SAS in Banská Bystrica

for his long-time important support of the Czech-Slovak cooperation in mathematics

18. 11. 2008 - Prof. RNDr. Václav Zizler, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his excellent lifelong work in mathematical analysis and selfless activities in favour of the Czech mathematics

13. 5. 2008 - Prof. Dr. Rolf Rannacher, University of Heidelberg

for his contribution to world science and to cooperation between Czech and German mathematicians.

13. 5. 2008 - RNDr. Dag Hrubý, Gymnasium in Jevíčko

for his long-time selfless activities in favour of the Czech mathematics

13. 3. 2008 - Prof. RNDr. Ivo Marek, DrSc., Czech Technical University in Prague

for his contribution to advancements in scientific and technical computing in the Czech Republic

8. 2. 2008 - Prof. Boris Mordukhovich, Wayne State University

for his outstanding contribution to application of modern variational calculus in various branches of Czech mathematics

17. 12. 2007 - Ing. Ivan Hlaváček, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his excellent lifelong work in numerical mathematics

22. 11. 2007 - Gymnasium in Jevíčko

for long-time extraordinary support of mathematics, on the occasion of its 110th anniversary

20. 6. 2007 - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.h.c. Wolfgang L. Wendland, Universität Stuttgart

for his long-time support of Czech and East European young mathematicians

27. 9. 2006 - Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Kurzweil, DrSc., Dr. h.c., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

For his lifelong work in mathematics and in favour of the Czech mathematical community

4. 9. 2006 - Prof. RNDr. Štefan Schwabik, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his outstanding contribution to development of Czech mathematics and the Union, in particular the Czech Mathematical Society

25. 4. 2006 - Prof. RNDr. Miroslav Fiedler, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his long-time research and organizational work in the Czech mathematical community

6. 4. 2006 - Prof. Dr. Willi Jäger, University of Heidelberg

for his contribution to world science and for advancement of Czech and German cooperation in mathematics

24. 10. 2005 - Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Lukeš, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

for his lifelong pedagogical work for the Czech mathematics

26. 5. 2005 - Prof. Noel Veraverbeke, University of Diepenbeek

for his significant contribution for Czech and European statistics

5. 11. 2003 - Prof. RNDr. Břetislav Novák, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

za dlouhodobou práci v Jednotě

11. 6. 2003 - Prof. RNDr. Josef Štěpán, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

for his long-time merit in development of mathematics in the Czech Republic

11. 6. 2003 - Prof. Fred S. Roberts, Rutgers University

for his long-time collaboration with Czech mathematicians in the field of discrete mathematics

3. 10. 2003 - Dr. Vladimír Doležal, Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

for his long-time organizational work in mathematical research and his important contribution in organizing the Equadiff conferences

August 2001 - Doc. RNDr. Jaromír Vosmanský, CSc., Masaryk University in Brno

for his outstanding results in theory of differential equations and his important contribution in organizing the Equadiff conferences

August 2001 - Prof. RNDr. Pavol Brunovský, DrSc., Komenský University in Bratislava

for his outstanding results in theory of differential equations and his important contribution in organizing the Equadiff conferences

August 2001 - Prof. Dr. Wolfgang L. Wendland, Technische Universität München

for his outstanding cooperation with Czech and Slovak mathematicians

August 2001 - Prof. Andrzej Szulkin, Stockholm University

for his outstanding cooperation with Czech and Slovak mathematicians

August 2001 - Prof. Pierre-Arnaud Raviart, Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6

for his outstanding cooperation with Czech and Slovak mathematicians

August 2001 - Prof. Constantin Corduneanu, University of Texas at Arlington

for his outstanding cooperation with Czech and Slovak mathematicians

August 2001 - Prof. RNDr. Marko Švec, DrSc., Komenský University in Bratislava

on the occasion of his 80th birthday to appreciate his lifelong contribution to Czechoslovak mathematics ane his activities in the Union

October 1999 - Prof. RNDr. Petr Mandl, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

on the occasion of his life jubilee

1998 - Doc. RNDr. Tomáš Havránek, DrSc., in memoriam

for his merit in development of computational statistics in Czechoslovakia

1998 - Prof. Antoine de Falguerolles, Univerzité Toulouse

for his merit in development of computational statistics in Czechoslovakia

1998 - Prof. Natale Carlo Lauro, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

for his merit in development of computational statistics in Czechoslovakia

1998 - Prof. RNDr. Jaroslav Folta, CSc.

for his lifelong work in the Union

3. 10. 1998 - Prof. Pranab Kumar Sen, University of North Carolina

for his long-time cooperation with Czech mathematicians in the field of mathematical statistics

24. 6. 1998 - Prof. RNDr. František Nožička, Dr.h.c., Technical University in Liberec

for his important lifelong work in mathematics and in the Union

11. 5. 1998 - Prof. RNDr. Karel Rektorys, DrSc., Czech Technical University in Prague

for his lifelong merit in development of applications of mathematics

17. 2. 1998 - Prof. Dr. Roland Bulirsch, Dr.h.c., Technische Universität München

1998 - Prof. RNDr. Ladislav Skula, DrSc., Masaryk University in Brno

for his merit in building the school of algebraic number theory

27. 1. 1998 - Prof. RNDr. Ladislav Drs, DrSc., Czech Technical University in Prague

for his work for the Union and for development of computer graphics

11. 11. 1997 - Doc. RNDr. Josef Novák, CSc., Czech Technical University in Prague

for his work in the Union and his pioneering contribution to applications of geometry

11. 11. 1997 - Prof. RNDr. František Kuřina, CSc., University Hradec Králové

for his lifelong important work in mathematical research and education

23. 6. 1997 - Prof. Walter Rudin, University of Wisconsin

for his excellent contribution to research and education in mathematics

20. 8. 1996 - Prof. Johannes Michael Aarts, Technical University of Delft

for his excellent results in the dimension theory, continuum theory and topological dynamics and for his long-time interest in development of relations with Czech mathematicians

21. 8. 1996 - Prof. Lars Inge Hedberg, University of Linköping

for his excellent results in potential theory and for his long-time interest in development of relations with Czech mathematicians

5. 6. 1996 - Prof. Dr. Bernd Wegner, Technische Universität Berlin

for his support to mathematical libraries and care of the development of European information network in mathematics

6. 2. 1996 - Prof. Dr. Peter M. Gruber, Technische Universität Wien

for his contribution to deveopment of mutual relationship between the Czech and Austrian mathematicians

6. 2. 1996 - Prof. RNDr. Jiří Klátil, CSc., University of West Bohemia in Plzeň

for his lifelong work in the Union

26. 10. 1995 - Prof. Dr. Benno Fuchssteiner

for his work in favour of the European mathematical community and endeavour to provide the Central and East European countries with access to mathematical products

1995 - Prof. Sergej Michajlovič Nikol'skij, Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS, Moscow

for his excellent results in mathematics and long term interest in development of relationship with Czech mathematicians

24. 4. 1995 - Prof. Joseph J. Kohn, University of Princeton

for his excellent results in mathematics and continuous support of Czechoslovak mathematics and mathematicians

20. 6. 1993 - Prof. RNDr. Josef Král, DrSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

1. 12. 1991 - Prof. Jean Mawhin, Université catholique de Louvain

13. 3. 1991 - RNDr. Josef Kubát, Gymnázium Dašická, Pardubice

12. 11. 1990 - Doc. RNDr. Milan Koman, CSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

12. 11. 1990 - RNDr. Jiří Sedláček, CSc., Institute of Mathematics CAS in Prague

12. 11. 1990 - Prof. Ivan Kiguradze, A. Razmadze Mathematical Institute, Tbilisi

26. 9. 1990 - Prof. RNDr. Václav Dupač, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

31. 10. 1989 - Prof. RNDr. Jindřich Nečas, DrSc., Charles University in Prague

31. 10. 1989 - akad. sochař Zdeněk Kolářský, Prague

23. 6. 1988

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