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Dec '16

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Sep '16

On 13th September Adam Kanigowski from the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences PAN was awarded the International Stefan Banach Prize for his dissertation entitled “Ergodic properties of smoothflows on surfaces”. The award ceremony took place during the inauguration of the 7th Forum of Polish Mathematicians with the participation of Ukrainian mathematicians at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. Czytaj więcej »

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Sep '16

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Jun '16

**We now know the name of the winner of the 8th edition of the International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences.**

**his year’s winner is Doctor Adam Kanigowski from the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences PAN.**

His winning dissertation entitled "Ergodic properties of smoothflows on surfaces" was written under the supervision of professor Mariusz Lemańczyk from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and the auxiliary supervisor - Dr. Joanna Kułaga-Przymus, from the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

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Jan '16

**The Polish Mathematical Society and Ericpol are inviting doctoral students in the field of mathematical sciences to take part in the 8th edition of The International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences.**

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Sep '15

**On 8th September Joonas Ilmavirta from Finland was awarded the International Stefan Banach Prize for his dissertation “On the Broken Ray Transform”. The award ceremony took place during the inauguration of the 6th Forum of Polish Mathematicians at the Warsaw University of Technology.**

15 dissertations from Northern, Central and Eastern European countries were submitted for the seventh edition of the competition, organised by the Polish Mathematical Society and the IT company Ericpol.

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Jun '15

**Joonas Ilmavirta from Finland has been announced as the winner of the seventh edition of “The International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences”. His award-winning doctoral dissertation titled “ON THE BROKEN RAY TRANSFORM”, was written under the supervision of Professor Mikko Salo at the University of Jyväskylä, Department of Mathematics and Statistics in Finland.**

In the 7th edition of the International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences, the jury compared 15 doctoral dissertations: 5 from Poland, 4 from Sweden, 2 from Ukraine, and one from Finland, Hungary, Norway, Slovakia.

Already at this stage, the choice was very difficult because all dissertations were at a very high scientific level.

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Sep '14

**Swede Dr. Dan Petersen from the University of Copenhagen was awarded the International Banach Prize on the 17th of September. The prestigious prize-giving ceremony took place during the inaugural Joint Meeting of the German Mathematical Society (DMV) and the Polish Mathematical Society (PTM) in the lecture hall of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.**

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Jun '14

**The Winner of „The International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences” for 2014 is a Swede – Dr Dan Petersen from the University in Copenhagen. The award-winning dissertation is entitled: Topology of moduli spaces and operads and it was written under the direction of Professor Carel Faber at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. It contains algebraic and geometric classification of all surfaces containing a complex structure and meeting some natural requirements.**

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Nov '13

**The sixth edition of The International Stefan Banach Prize has begun.**

The Polish Mathematical Society and Ericpol are inviting doctoral students in the field of mathematical sciences to take part in the 6th edition of The International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences.

Similar to last year, participants from Belarus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Ukraine, and Hungary are eligible to take part in the competition.