GODFREY HAROLD HARDY
Professor Hardy received the De Morgan Medal on 14 November 1929. At the time of the award, Hardy had published about 300 papers on the topics in analysis and number theory of which he was a major exponent, particularly divergent series, integral equations, diophantine approximation, additive number theory, the Riemann zeta-function and Fourier series. His collaboration with J.E. Littlewood was well-established, about 60 of these papers having been written jointly with Littlewood. His influential textbook A Course of Pure Mathematics first appeared in 1908 and at the time of the award three other of his eleven books had been published.