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CfNominations: Sacks Prize - Dissertation Prize by the ASL, Deadline: September 30, 2023
2023 Sacks Prize. The ASL invites nominations for the 2023 Sacks Prize for the most outstanding doctoral dissertation in mathematical logic.
Nominations must be received by September 30, 2023. The Sacks Prize was established to honor the late Professor Gerald Sacks of MIT and Harvard for his unique contribution to mathematical logic, particularly as adviser to a large number of excellent Ph.D. students. The Prize was first awarded in 1994 and became an ASL Prize in 1999. The Fund on which the Prize is based is now administered by the ASL and the selection of the recipient is made by the ASL Committee on Prizes and Awards. The Sacks Prize will consist of a cash award plus five years free membership in the ASL. For general information about the Prize, visit http://aslonline.org/other-information/prizes-and-awards/. Anyone who wishes to make a nomination for the 2023 Sacks Prize should consult the webpage http://aslonline.org/other-information/
prizes-and-awards/sacks-prize-recipients/sacks-prize-nominations/ for the precise details of the application process. A brief summary of the procedure is provided here.
Students who defend their dissertations (equivalent to the American doctoral dissertation) between October 1, 2022, and September 30, 2023, are eligible for the Prize this year. This is an international prize, with no restriction on the nationality of the candidate or the university where the doctorate is granted. Nominations should be made by the thesis advisor, and consist of: name of student, title and 1–2 page description of dissertation, date and location of the thesis defense, letter of recommendation from the advisor, an electronic copy of the thesis in pdf form, or the address of a website from which an electronic copy in pdf form can be downloaded, and an independent second letter of recommendation.
Nominations and questions about the Prize should be sent to the Committee Chair, Jouko Väänänen; pdf files sent as attachments by email to email@example.com are preferred. The form of such letters and other pertinent details can be found at the website above and need to be read prior to submitting a nomination.
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