Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

The Sveriges Riksbank (Sweden's central bank) Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

Awarded to 79 Laureates since 1969. Read More

Robert J. (Yisrael) Aumann

**2005** - Prof. Aumann Received the Nobel Prize in Economics along with Prof.

Thomas Schelling for having enhanced the understanding of conflict and

cooperation through game-theory analysis. Read More

Abel Prize

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters awards the Abel Prize for outstanding scientific work in the field of mathematics. Read More

Hillel (Harry) Furstenberg

**2020** - Prof. Furstenberg received the Abel Prize along with Prof. Gregory Margulis (Yale University) for "pioneering the use of methods from probability and dynamics in group theory, number theory and combinatorics.” Read More

Shaw Prize

The Shaw Prize Foundation of Science and Letters awards the Shaw Prize for outstanding work in the field of mathematics. Read More

David Kazhdan

**2020** - Prof. Kazhadan received the Shaw Prize along with Prof. Alexander Beilinson

"for their huge influence on and profound contributions to representation theory, as well as many other areas of mathematics." .” Read More

Fields Medal

The Fields Medal is awarded every four years on the occasion of the International Congress of Mathematicians to recognize outstanding mathematical achievement for existing work and for the promise of future achievement. Read More

Elon Lindenstrauss

**2010** - for his achievements in the area of measure rigidity in ergodic theory and

their applications to number theory. Read More

Wolf Foundation Prize in Mathematics

The Wolf Foundation began its activities in 1976, with an initial endowment fund of $10 million donated by the Wolf family. The Foundation has a status of a private not-for-profit organization.** **Read More

Hillel (Harry) Furstenberg

**2006/7** - for his profound contributions to ergodic theory, probability, topological

dynamics, analysis on symmetric spaces and homogenous flows.

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Saharon Shelah

**2001** - for his many fundamental contributions to mathematical logic and set

theory, and their applications within other parts of mathematics.

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Israel Prize

The Israel Prize is the most prestigious award in Israel, given to those who displayed excellence in their field or contributed strongly to Israeli culture. First awarded in 1953 by Minister of Education Ben-Tzur Dinor, the Israel Prize has been awarded every year since during a state ceremony on the eve of Israeli Independence Day. Read more (Hebrew)

Alex Lubotzky** 2018**

Alex Lubotzky's website

Sergiu Hart** 2018**

Sergiu Hart's website

David Kazhdan**2012** - for his important contributions to group theory research.

David Kazhdan's website

Saharon Shelah**1998**

Saharon Shelah's website

Michael O. Rabin**1995**

Robert J. (Yisrael) Aumann** 1994 **Prof. Aumann's website

Hillel Furstenberg**1993**

Shmuel Agmon**1991**

Yoram Lindenstrauss**1981**

Arieh Dvoretzky**1973**

Avraham Halevi Fraenkel**1956**

Michael Fekete**1955**

Shimshon Amitsur**1953**

Ya'acov Levitzki**1953**