Emet Prize

The Emet Prize is awarded each year for outstanding academic or professional achievement that both exerts a far-reaching impact on the winner's field of activity and constitutes a major contribution to Israeli culture and society. The $1,000,000 prize is funded by the A.M.N. Foundation for the Advancement of Science, Art and Culture in Israel, under the auspices of the Prime Minister of Israel, and is awarded in five fields: culture and art, exact sciences, life sciences, humanities and social sciences. The prize is conferred on the basis of an annual rotation of subtopics, and is administered by a panel composed of representatives of the A.M.N. Foundation and of the Prime Minister.

 

Further information in the Web Site of Emet Prize.

 

Emet Prize

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emet Prize recipients from the Faculty of Exact Sciences at Tel Aviv University:

 

 

Prof. Joseph Bernstein

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Mathematical Sciences

Emet Prize in Mathematics, 2016

 

Prof. Avraham Nitzan

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Chemistry

Emet Prize in Chemistry, 2012

 

Prof. Noga Alon

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Mathematical Sciences and Blavatnik School of Computer Science

Emet Prize in Mathematics, 2011

 

Prof. Joshua Jortner

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Chemistry

Emet Prize in Chemistry, 2008

 

Prof. Micha Sharir

Blavatnik School of Computer Science

Emet Prize in Computer Science, 2007

 

Prof. Vitali Milman

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Mathematical Sciences

Emet Prize in Mathematics, 2007

 

Prof. Yakir Aharonov

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Physics & Astronomy

Emet Prize in Physics, 2006

 

Prof. Yuval Ne'eman

Raymond & Beverly Sackler School of Physics & Astronomy

Emet Prize in Physics, 2003

 

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