Caccioppoli Prize

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The Caccioppoli Prize is awarded by the Italian Mathematical Union to an Italian mathematician not exceeding the age of 38 who established a wide international reputation.[1] The prize is entitled to the memory of the Italian mathematician Renato Caccioppoli and is awarded on the occasion of the Italian Mathematical Union conference every four years. In its early stages the prize was awarded every two years. The recipient currently receives 10,000 euros.

Further prizes of the Italian Mathematical Union are the Bartolozzi Prize, the Stampacchia Medal and the Vinti Prize.

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Winners and relative academic affiliations at the time of the awarding of the prize

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