|Lagrange-CRT Foundation Prize|
|Awarded for||Outstanding contributions relevant to the progress of complexity science|
|Presented by||CRT Foundation and ISI Foundation|
The Lagrange-CRT Foundation Prize is an annual International award created by the CRT Foundation with the scientific coordination of the ISI Foundation. The prize is awarded for scientific research in the field of complexity sciences, its applications and dissemination. The Lagrange Prize is awarded in Turin, Italy.
Aim and Criteria
The Lagrange-CRT Foundation Prize is awarded to a selected scientist (below 50 years of age) for achievements in research on complex systems, including theoretical and experimental research. In particular, the prize recognizes outstanding contributions relevant to the progress of complexity science.
The winner of the Lagrange-CRT Foundation Prize is chosen by the Scientific Commission in collaboration with the ISI Foundation. The prize is in the amount of €50,000. The award ceremony takes place in Turin.
List of Winners
- 2016 John Brownstein
- 2015 Panos Ipeirotis, Jure Leskovec
- 2014 Mark Newman
- 2013 Duncan J. Watts
- 2012 Lada Adamic, Xavier Gabaix
- 2011 Albert-László Barabási
- 2010 James J. Collins
- 2009 Giorgio Parisi
- 2008 Yakov G. Sinai, W. Brian Arthur