Oberwolfach Prize

The Oberwolfach Prize is financed by the Oberwolfach Foundation and awarded in cooperation with the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach to young mathematicians. The prize is awarded approximately every three years for excellent achievements in changing fields of mathematics. The Scientific Committee of the Gesellschaft für mathematische Forschung e.V. is involved in selecting the prize winners from the nominations. The Oberwolfach Prize comes with an award of Euro 10,000.

Oberwolfach Preis 2016 for Junior Mathematicians: Call for Proposals

The Oberwolfach Foundation awards in cooperation with the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach a prize for excellent achievements in

Discrete Mathematics

This also includes Logic and Theoretical Computer Science. The prize amounts to 10,000 €. Candidates should be mathematicians with Ph.D./Dr. degree received not more than 10 years ago and must be nominated. Proposals should contain a description of the scientific achievements, curriculum vitae and publication list of the candidate.

We request all senior scientists in Discrete Mathematics to make proposals before 1 September 2016 to:

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Huisken
Director
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach
Schwarzwaldstrasse 9-11
77709 Oberwolfach
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)7834 979 51
Fax: +49 (0)7834 979 55
Email: director@mfo.de

Oberwolfach Prize Winners 1991 - 2013

2013

Hugo Duminil-Copin (Genève)

Stochastics and Statistics

Presentation of H. Duminil-Copin

2010

Nicola Gigli (Nice)
László Székelyhidi (Bonn)

Analysis and Applied Mathematics

Presentation of N. Gigli
Presentation of L. Szekelyhidi

2007

Ngô Bao Châu (Orsay)

Algebra and Number Theory

Presentation of Ngô Bao Châu

2003

Paul Biran (Tel Aviv)

Geometry and Topology

Presentation of P. Biran

2000

Luca Trevisan (Berkeley)

Discrete Mathematics

1998

Alice Guionnet (Paris)

Stochastics



1996

Gero Friesecke (Oxford)
Stefan Sauter (Zürich)

Analysis and Applied Mathematics

1993

Jörg Brüdern (Stuttgart)
Jens Franke (Bonn)

Number Theory and Algebra

1991

Peter Kronheimer (Oxford)

Topology and Geometry