The 2012 Prize
- Dr. Diana Barseghyan (1984) presented the thesis Lieb-Thirring inequalities and their applications in the spectral theory defended in October 2010 at Moscow State University
- Dr. Semra Demirel (1982) presented the thesis Spectral theory of quantum graphs defended in July 2012 at Universitaet Stuttgart
- Dr. Philipp Hoehn (1981) presented the thesis From classical to quantum: new canonical tools for the dynamics of gravity defended in May 2012 at the Utrecht University
- Mgr. Jiří Lipovský, Ph.D. (1984) presented the thesis Quantum graphs and their generalisations defended in September 2011 at the Charles University
- RNDr. Tomas Lucivjansky, Ph.D. (1983) presented the thesis Statistical properties of random fields in stochastic dynamics and fully developed turbulence defended in August 2012 at the Safarik University in Kosice
- Dr. Sergej Moroz (1983) presented the thesis Few-body physics with functional renormalization defended in January 2011 at Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg
- Ing. Petr Siegl, Ph.D. (1984) presented the thesis Systemes quantiques non-hermitiens, representations indecomposantes et quantification par etats coherents defended in September 2011 at Universite Denis Diderot (Paris 7)
At its closing session on November 23, 2012, the jury decided to award the main prize to
- Dr. Sergej Moroz
for the thesis Few-body physics with functional renormalization which focused on Efimov problems of few-body quantum systems subject to short-range two body interactions and brought important new results obtained by the method of functional renormalization which induced a wide and favorable response in the literature.
The jury also decided to give a honourable mention to the thesis of
- Ing. Petr Siegl, Ph.D.
entitled Systemes quantiques non-hermitiens, representations indecomposantes et quantification par etats coherents.