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Munshi was awarded the 2017 Infosys Prize in Mathematics for his contributions to the Diophantine problem and estimates of the sub-convexity bounds for a large class of L-functions.
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2017 Infosys Prize in Mathematics
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Professor Ritabrata Munshi received the award for his outstanding work in number theory.
Six scientists have been awarded the prestigious Infosys Prize 2017, each receiving US$100,000 for their excellence in research.