AHP Prizes and Distinguished Papers

Each year a prize founded by Birkhäuser is awarded for the most remarkable paper published in the journal Annales Henri Poincaré. The winners of the AHP prize are selected by the Editorial Board. Since 2008, the AHP executive board decided to award also distinguished papers. All papers are freely accessible online for one year!

The AHP Prize 2020 was awarded to: 

Benjamin Doyon and Jason Myers 

for their paper:

Fluctuations in Ballistic Transport from Euler Hydrodynamics

This is a nice and rich paper postulating the form of large deviations for the amount of conserved charges Ji(t) transferred in time t from the left half to the right half of a 1D system in a Maximal Entropy State (MES). ...

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Previous AHP Prize winners:

2019 Mischa P. Woods, Ralph Silva, and Jonathan Oppenheim Autonomous Quantum Machines and Finite-Sized Clocks

2018

Marius Junge, Renato Renner, David Sutter, Mark M. Wilde, and Andreas Winter

Universal Recovery Maps and Approximate Sufficiency of Quantum Relative Entropy

2017

Johannes Bausch, Toby Cubitt, and Maris Ozols The Complexity of Translationally Invariant Spin Chains with Low Local Dimension

2016

Sven Bachmann, Wojciech Dybalski and Pieter Naaijkens 

Lieb-Robinson Bounds, Arveson Spectrum and Haag-Ruelle Scattering Theory for Gapped Quantum Spin Systems

2015

Ira Herbst and Juliane Rama

Instability of Pre-Existing Resonances Under a Small Constant Electric Field

2014

David Damanik, Jake Fillman and Anton Gorodetski

Continuum Schrödinger Operators Associated With Aperiodic Subshifts

2013

Dean Baskin

Strichartz Estimates on Asymptotically de Sitter Spaces

2012

Semyon Dyatlov

Asymptotic Distribution of Quasi-Normal Modes for Kerr–de Sitter Black Holes

2011

László Erdős and Antti Knowles

Quantum Diffusion and Delocalization for Band Matrices with General Distribution

2010

J.-M. Barbaroux, T. Chen, V. Vougalter and S. Vugalter

Quantitative Estimates on the Binding Energy for Hydrogen in Non-Relativistic QED

2009

D. Dolgopyat and B. Fayad

Unbounded Orbits for Semicircular Outer Billiard

2008

P. Bálint and I. P. Tóth

Exponential Decay of Correlations in Multi-Dimensional Dispersing Billiards

2007

Fabien Vignes-Tourneret

Renormalization of the Orientable Non-commutative Gross–Neveu Model

2006

Giuseppe Benfatto, Alessandro Giuliani and Vieri Mastropietro

Fermi Liquid Behavior in the 2D Hubbard Model at Low Temperatures

2005

Alexander V. Sobolev

Integrated Density of States for the Periodic Schrödinger Operator in Dimension Two

2004

Nandor Simanyi

Proof of the Ergodic Hypothesis for Typical Hard Ball Systems

2003

Alessandro Pizzo

One-particle (improper) States in Nelson’s Massless Model

2002

Lorenzo Bertini, Stella Brassesco, Paolo Buttà, and Errico Presutti

Stochastic Phase Field Equations: Existence and Uniqueness

2001

Galina Perelman

On the Formation of Singularities in Solutions of the Critical Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation

2000

Michael T. Anderson and to Gueorgui Popov

On the Structure of Solutions to the Static Vacuum Einstein Equations , Invariant Tori, Effective Stability, and Quasimodes with Exponentially Small Error Terms


 

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