Nominations are now open for the AMS-EMS Mikhail Gordin Prize for work in probability or dynamical systems, with preference given to early career mathematicians from or professionally connected to an Eastern European country.
The AMS-EMS Mikhail Gordin Prize is established to honor the memory of Mikhail Gordin and the tradition of the mathematics of Eastern Europe. The recipient is chosen by a committee appointed by the EMS with AMS representation on the committee. The prize is awarded every four years. It consists of a cash prize of US $4,000 and funds of US $1,000 to cover travel to the awards ceremony.
The next prize will be awarded in January 2022.
Nomination deadline: 30 June 2021
Nomination Procedure: Nominations are online through the AMS Math Programs webpage (link).
Nominations should include a letter of nomination, a curriculum vitae of the nominee, and a short citation (up to 50 words) to be used in the event that the nomination is successful.Tweet Share