The 2021 Prize


  1. Dr. Francesco Di Filippo (1992) presented the thesis Beyond general relativity: modified theories and non-singular black holes defended in September 2020 at SISSA Trieste
  2. Dr. Job Feldbrugge (1991) presented the thesis Path integrals in the sky: classical and quantum problems with minimal assumptions defended in October 2019 in the Perimeter Institute
  3. Mgr. Martin Hudec, PhD. (1991) presented the thesis Aspects of baryon and lepton number non-conservation in the Standard model of particle interactions and beyond defended in September 2021 at the Charles University in Prague
  4. RNDr. Katarina Karlova, PhD. (1991) presented the thesis Rigorous analysis of magnetization processes in classical and quantum spin models defended in August 2019 at the Pavel Josef Safarik University in Kosice
  5. Ing. Marek Matas, PhD. (1991) presented the thesis Phenomenological studies of QCD at high energies defended in September 2020 at the Czech Technical University in Prague
  6. Ing. Martin Schäfer , PhD. (1990) presented the thesis Interactions of Hadrons in Few-Body Systems defended in October 2020 at the Czech Technical University in Prague

The verdict

At its closing session on November 30, 2021, the jury decided to award the main prize to for the thesis Sulle elettrodinamica dei corpi in movimento focused on behavior of fast moving bodies.

The jury also decided to give a honourable mention to the thesis of entitled Elektrodynamika cial w ruchu which revealed relations between the energy and mass of objects

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Last update: October 12, 2021