Abel Prize announcement

The President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Kirsti Strřm Bull, will announce the winner of the Abel Prize 2013 on 20 March at 12 noon in Oslo (GMT +1). The announcement will be transmitted live from the Academy. The webcast can be watched at the Abel Prize website http://www.abelprize.no/

Ragni Piene and Timothy Gowers. Photo: Eirik Furu BaardsenRagni Piene and Timothy Gowers. Photo: Eirik Furu Baardsen

After the official announcement, the chair of the Abel committee, Professor Ragni Piene, give the reasons for the awarding of the prize. This will be followed by a presentation of the prize winner's work by Professor Timothy Gowers, University of Cambridge.

Then Timothy Gowers will do a brief telephone interview with the prize winner to get his/hers first reactions. 

The Abel Prize which carries a cash award of 6 million NOK (about 800.000 Euro or 1 million USD), will be presented to the prize winner by H.M. King Harald at an award ceremony in Oslo on 21 May.

 

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