Henri Poincaré Prize

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The Henri Poincaré Prize sponsored by the Daniel Iagolnitzer Foundation was created in 1997 to recognize outstanding contributions in mathematical physics, and contributions which lay the groundwork for novel developments in this broad field. The Prize is also created to recognize and support young people of exceptional promise who have already made outstanding contributions to the field of mathematical physics. The prize is awarded to three individuals every three years at the International Congress on Mathematical Physics. The prize committee is appointed by the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP).

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Year ICMP Location Prize winner
1997 Brisbane Rudolf Haag, Germany
Maxim Kontsevich, Russia
Arthur Wightman, USA
2000 London Joel Lebowitz, USA
Walter Thirring, Austria
Horng-Tzer Yau, Taiwan
2003 Lisboa Huzihiro Araki, Japan
Elliott H. Lieb, USA
Oded Schramm, Israel
2006 Rio de Janeiro Ludvig D. Faddeev, Russia
David Ruelle, Belgium/France
Edward Witten, USA
2009 Prague Jürg Fröhlich, Switzerland
Robert Seiringer, Austria
Yakov G. Sinai, Russia
Cédric Villani, France
2012 Aalborg Nalini Anantharaman, France
Freeman Dyson, UK/USA
Sylvia Serfaty, France
Barry Simon, USA
2015 Santiago de Chile Alexei Borodin, Russia/USA
Thomas Spencer, USA
Herbert Spohn, Germany
2018 Montréal Michael Aizenman, Israel/USA
Percy Deift, South Africa/USA
Giovanni Gallavotti, Italy

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