B.A. (Honours Math) 1971, University of Western Ontario

M. Sc. 1972, Oxford University (Jesus College)

D. Phil. 1974, Oxford University (Jesus College)

**Areas of Research: ** Optimization, Functional Analysis, Analysis, Number Theory, Computation and Collaboration.

**Title of M. Sc. Thesis: ** Monotone Operators and Non-Linear Functional Analysis

**Title of D. Phil. Thesis: ** Optimization with Respect to Partial Orderings

**Scholarships, Prizes and Awards: **

Timkins International Fund Scholarship 1968

Albert O. Jeffrey Scholarship 1969

**Kingston Gold Medal** for Honours Mathematics 1971

U.W.O. Faculty Association Scholarship 1971

**Ontario Rhodes Scholarship** (Jesus College) 1971-74

**Coxeter-James Prize Lecture** (Canadian Mathematical Society) 1987

**APICS/Fraser Medal** for Research Excellence 1988

[Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Natural or Applied Science: for scientists under 40 working at any organization in Atlantic Canada]

**Chauvenet Prize** of the Mathematical Association of America 1993

for the ``outstanding survey or expository mathematics paper'' published in a North American Journal: J.M. Borwein, P.B. Borwein, and D.H. Bailey, ``Ramanujan, modular equations and pi or how to compute
a billion digits of pi,'' *MAA Monthly*, **96** (1989), 201-219.

**Merten M. Hasse Prize** Mathematical Association of America 1993

for a ``noteworthy expository paper in an Association Journal one of whose authors is younger than forty'' for J.M. Borwein, P.B. Borwein, and D.H. Bailey, ``Ramanujan, modular equations and pi...''.

**Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada** (Academy of Science)
1994

**British Columbia/CUFA Academic of the Year** 1996

BC Confederation of University Faculty Associations, jointly with P. Borwein

**Doctorat Honoris Causa** University of Limoges, September
22, 1999

and accompanying AMS-CMS Proceedings on *Constructive,
Experimental and Nonlinear Analysis*, Michel Thera ed., AMS, 2000,
289 pp., Softcover, ISBN 0-8218-2167-9

**National Alumini Award of Merit** University of Western Ontario
(Western Family Citation) October 1, 1999

**HPL/MSRI Special Visiting Professor** Hewlett Packard, MSRI and
Lawrence Berkeley (declined) Spring 2001

**Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science** (AAAS), September 2001.

``A Member whose efforts on behalf of the advancement of science or its applications are scientifically or socially distinguished may, by virtue of such meritorious contributions, be elected a Fellow by the Council."

Identified as one of **``25 Power Thinkers. Some of B.C.'s best and brightest."** BC Business, June 2002.

**Highly Cited Researchers Database** (ISI)
`http://isihighlycited.com`, March 2003.

As one of the roughly 200 most cited mathematicians of period
1980-1999 (only Canadian)

**Foreign Member Bulgarian Academy of Sciences**, elected
July 2003.

**Maclaurin Fellowship**, New Zealand Institute of Mathematics
and its Applications (NZIMA), February 2005 (deferred).

**Listed in Marquis** *Who's Who in the World*; various
other listings. 2005

**ISI Hot Paper in Math,**
``Maximal Monotonicity via Convex Analysis," *J. Conv. Anal*, **13**, (2006), 561-586. May 2008
`http://sciencewatch.com/sciencewatch/dr/nhp/2008/08maynhp/08maynhpBorwein/`