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The Heinz Hopf Prize at ETH Zurich was established thanks to a donation received from Dorothee and Alfred Aeppli. The CHF 30,000 award honours outstanding scientific achievements in the field of pure mathematics. The prize is awarded every two years on the occasion of the Heinz Hopf Lectures, which already have a longstanding tradition at ETH Zurich. The lectures are given by the laureates.
Nominations
Everybody is welcome to submit nominations for the Heinz Hopf Prize 2017. Nominations are confidential and should not be made known to the nominee. Selfnominations are not accepted.
Nominations should be submitted by submission form to the chairman of the Heinz Hopf Prize Committee by no later than 20 November 2016 to be considered for the following year's selection process. Please include the candidate's curriculum vitae and a description of the candidate's work, commenting on its significance and impact.